Daily Archives: 9 February 2015

Music From Our Sea

There is an enormous wealth of fabulous music online. Much is not readily available in recorded form–concerts and such. I’m disinclined to hero worship as readers here know. About the closest I get is my admiration for the fine musician … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: The Just City

To begin with, I have enjoyed every book I’ve read by Jo Walton. I might have enjoyed The Just City, but if I did, it was just for the ideas. I have not read Plato. I have no interest in … Continue reading

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Mutuae Relationes 28: Duty and Advocation

Some question the involvement of the bishops in religious life at all. After all, religious communities span regions beyond dioceses. Men may lack a particular understanding of women, clerics of laity, chancery-bound prelates with people in the world, bishops in the … Continue reading

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DPPL 217: Deviations With Angels

As with any good thing, devotion to angels can be taken to extremes: 217. Popular devotion to the Holy Angels, which is legitimate and good, can, however, also give rise to possible deviations: • when, as sometimes can happen, the … Continue reading

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