Daily Archives: 26 October 2015

A Theology of Kolinahr

Perhaps it is emotional constipation, a distrust of one obvious way God made us, that has damaged the Church. We are not aliens, after all, devoted to a fictional philosophy of Gene Roddenberry. God has given us minds, certainly. But … Continue reading

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Approaching Others

We continue with the last footnote from the┬ásynod-concluding speech of Pope Francis. A is for “approaching others.” Approaching others, since a Church closed in on herself is a dead Church, while a Church which doesn’t leave her own precincts behind … Continue reading

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Laudato Si 134: Land Ownership Issues

The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Pope Francis seems less concerned with a prudent and careful use of accelerated genetics, and more with the disparity between rich and poor, especially the movement of rural … Continue reading

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