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Daily Archives: 26 September 2015
Cleaning out the music room at my new parish, I found something I hadn’t seen in years. There are no blackboards left in the building; the parish converted to white and dry-erase markers years ago. Anybody still using these?
To keep informed on the upcoming synod, I’ve been reading Walter Kasper’s Theology of Christian Marriage. It’s been on my literal bookshelf for many years, but until this year I had never cracked it. In the introduction, the author relates … Continue reading
The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. What’s the saying? With great power comes great responsibility? 104. Yet it must also be recognized that nuclear energy, biotechnology, information technology, knowledge of our DNA, and many … Continue reading