Daily Archives: 21 August 2015

Open Weekend

How about another open thread? We seem to have left our two steadiest comrades in dissent to other devices. Or websites. Tomorrow’s post on Dives in Misericordiae will be the last for that document. To be honest, I haven’t given … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 15f: Invocation

St John Paul begins a final invocation: In the name of Jesus Christ crucified and risen, in the spirit of His messianic mission, enduring in the history of humanity, we raise our voices and pray that the Love which is … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 6: Participation

Let’s keep up with Cardinal Robert Sarah and his June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano. I’ve used an “early” translation, attributed here to Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. I wanted to take some careful time looking at Cardinal … Continue reading

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Non-Catholics In The Catholic Choir

Fr Anthony Ruff addresses a very pertinent issue on PrayTell today. His final questions and a citation from the USCCB’s Sing to the Lord: The issue is shot through with lots of complication, and application of any principles will require … Continue reading

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Laudato Si 68: Human Responsibility

The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. The human role in Creation is not some kind of mindless default: just because we can trample everything does not mean that our God-given intelligence makes it a … Continue reading

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