Daily Archives: 26 April 2015

Diagnosing the Wrong

Msgr Francis Mannion, frequenter contributor at PrayTell via his syndicated essays with CNA, sounds off on what’s wrong with Catholic liturgy: (N)ot everything is as it should be in the Church’s liturgical life. There is much unease in some quarters, … Continue reading

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Misericordiae Vultus 9d: Summarizing the Gospel of Mercy

Let’s summarize the parables of the past two days. This last paragraph deserves careful attention: As we can see in Sacred Scripture, mercy is a key word that indicates God’s action towards us. He does not limit himself merely to … Continue reading

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DPPL 286b: Pilgrimage and Exodus

The Exodus event defined a people of God. God continues to lead us on, despite our resistance and revolt: The exodus event, Israel’s journey towards the promised land, is also reflected in the spirituality of pilgrimage: the pilgrim is well … Continue reading

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