Daily Archives: 4 January 2015

More Alias

Wrapping up the end of season 3 of Alias. It’s been a whirlwind since season one when I blogged last on this tv series. Conspiracies, betrayals, beatings, surprise twists of plot: probably too much, at least when viewing several episodes … Continue reading

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Synod on the Family 61: The Church’s Ministries to Families

Read the full synod document here. The second of two parts on children: 61. In this regard, the Church can assume a valuable role in supporting families, starting with Christian Initiation, by being welcoming communities. More than ever, these communities today are … Continue reading

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DPPL 179: Precious Blood In Art

How have believers pictured the Precious Blood? Mainly in two ways: 179. Veneration of the Precious Blood of Christ, shed for our salvation, and a realization of its immense significance have produced many iconographical representations which have been approved by … Continue reading

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