Daily Archives: 10 April 2016

An Absent or Active God?

An interesting essay at the Chant Cafe here. Kathy Pluth picks up on Cardinal Sarah’s continuing sojourn in the seventies to posit two constrasting view of Church and how worship follows from each. I like the question: do we see … Continue reading

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The Mercy of Peter

I’ve always found John 21:15 and Jesus’ question a bit off: Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these? In this weekend’s reading, it occurred to me that Jesus might not have been asking what I thought … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia 2: The Synod Process

Be sure to read the actual document Amoris Laetitia on the Vatican site. Don’t just take our word for it here. Seven paragraphs set the tone for what follows in the subsequent nine chapters. So this week, we’ll get a … Continue reading

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