Daily Archives: 6 June 2015

A Link From Cana to Corpus Christi

Many Catholics decline participation in half the Eucharistic feast. It is their choice, formed by many factors. Some logical, like declining to share germs, though most are less squeamish about door handles. Some practical, like taking only the minimal spiritual … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 3c: The Gospel of Mercy

Pope John Paul II reminds us that mercy is not just a theological concept. It is not a matter of the intellect, but it is part of the very relationship God offers to us. Jesus makes mercy present, real, and … Continue reading

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Chaput on the Future

Rocco whispered this piece by his archbishop, Charles Chaput, on his twitter feed. I’ve heard the archbishop speak at a conference and participate in a Q&A. I’ve exchanged a few e-mails with him over the years. And I read some … Continue reading

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PS 56-57: Praying After Holy Thursday Mass

Remember, you can check the full document on this site, among many on the internet. Let’s bring our discussion of Holy Thursday to a conclusion. These sections contain some details that might merit careful attention in parishes, if they have … Continue reading

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