Daily Archives: 28 June 2015

Worthy Women: Gertrud Luckner

 Gertrud Luckner, an English born German, spent a year of her life living in England. That year was 1932, and by the time she returned to Germany, she found her country completely transformed. Gertrud was stunned and horrified, and realized … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 7b: Good Friday

In his public ministry, Jesus demonstrated mercy in numerous ways. Not only did he heal people, and relieve their suffering. He showed mercy in subtle and simple ways: listening to people, experiencing the emotions of inner movement, as well as … Continue reading

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PS 95-96: Promoting and Preparing the Easter Vigil

Remember, you can check all of Paschale Solemnitatis on this site, among many on the internet. With these two sections, some notes on publicity and catechesis: 95. In announcements concerning the Easter Vigil care should be taken not to present … Continue reading

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Laudato Si 11: Affection, Not Naïvete

The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Picking up on the theme of the pilgrim mystic in LS 10, I don’t think we can easily dismiss the 13th century man from Assisi as a naif. … Continue reading

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