Daily Archives: 27 January 2015

False Gods

Max raised some good questions in an old open thread. I thought it deserved some teasing out and a wider discussion: “There are false gods” So incredibly interesting. What makes them false? That they don’t exist at all? What do … Continue reading

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Mutuae Relationes 16: Union With God

Let’s continue to explore the mission of Christ and how we take it up with bishops and religious faithful. Remember, you can check the full document online here. Today, one absolute: The absolute necessity of union with God 16. Mission, … Continue reading

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DPPL 204: Consecration and Entrustment to Mary

What is your experience of consecration to Mary? Any readers out there with experiences in this? 204. The history of Marian devotion contains many examples of personal or collective acts of “consecration or entrustment to the Blessed Virgin Mary” oblatio, … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: Artemis Awakening

Before reading her latest novel, I was unfamiliar with the author Jane Lindskold. The book cover informs me her books have been NYT bestsellers. I almost picked Artemis Awakening off the new book rack before Christmas. I did last week and it … Continue reading

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