Daily Archives: 18 June 2015

Dives in Misericordiae 5c: The Prodigal Son … and the Others

We all know the story. That son, who receives from the father the portion of the inheritance that is due to him and leaves home to squander it in a far country “in loose living,” in a certain sense is … Continue reading

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Laudato Si Outline

Laudato Si is available on the Vatican site, and a number of other places, too. Be sure you don’t get the embargo copy, which seems to have been a ruse to sniff out Vatileakers. I was pondering the use of … Continue reading

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Hello to all. Waking today after a late night putting the last coat of paint on my bathroom. The most troubled room in the house now looks the spiffiest. But it still needs to air out thoroughly. Except for stacked … Continue reading

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PS 78-80: The Character of the Easter Vigil

Remember, you can check the full document Paschale Solemnitatis on this site, among many on the internet. These three sections today address “The meaning of the nocturnal character of the Easter Vigil.” 78. “The entire celebration of the Easter Vigil … Continue reading

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