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Daily Archives: 8 November 2015
The Armchair Liturgist: Readings, Long or Short?
Did you notice a longer or shorter Gospel reading this past weekend? In my last parish, the pastor preferred long versions whenever there was a choice. In my new parish, it’s up to each of our retired priests, as far … Continue reading
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Laudato Si 147: Ecology of Daily Life
The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Section III of the four chapter looks at the “Ecology of daily life.” [147-155] What does that mean? 147. Authentic development includes efforts to bring about an integral improvement in … Continue reading
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