Daily Archives: 5 June 2015

Option?

Liam linked to an interesting, but somewhat scattered/brief look at the Benedict Option here. Political philosophy is not my thing. I admit being unschooled in exactly what the BO is–I was thinking it was the meme Small Church Getting Smaller … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 3b: The Love That Is Mercy

In addition to the advent of the Lord’s public ministry, there is also Jesus’s response to the messengers of the Forerunner. What is the sign of the Master’s presence and activity? Can we say the same about ourselves, and the … Continue reading

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Metaphor

I see Archbishop Cordileone’s comments from an otherwise low-key liturgy conference are getting attention, positive and negative, in the blogosphere. For my view, I’m glad he declined to name names, but unfortunately, HuffPo identified the retired athlete in the living … Continue reading

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PS 54-55: Holy Thursday Procession and Reservation

For many Christians, the transfer procession is the highlight of Thursday evening. (Remember to┬ácheck the full document on this site, among many on the internet.) The Roman Missal outlines the procession, but if the church will not be hosting the … Continue reading

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