Daily Archives: 6 January 2015

On My Bookshelf: Discovering Your Dream

A staff colleague recommended this book, subtitled “How¬†Ignatian Spirituality Can Guide Your Life.” I had a four-week course on the Spiritual Exercises last summer. Jesuit Gerald Fagin’s book won’t take you that long to read–you’ll get a good summary and … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Lectionary: Psalm 50:7-8, 14-23

If you like passages that speak of justice, or right behavior, of orthopraxis, if you will, bookmark the 50th Psalm. The full psalm has a useful context: verses 1-6 recount God’s appearance on Mount Zion, a renewal of the Covenant … Continue reading

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DPPL 181: Sleeping and Life-Giving

In section 180, the Church presented five important theological points for the Assumption. Here, we consider some aspects of Christian piety. Are you surprised that some have connections to the agrarian¬† life, and to the harvest? 181. The Assumption of … Continue reading

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