Daily Archives: 28 November 2016

These Days in the Culture of Complaint

In an eight-year-old thread, a new visitor, David Meyer, left a comment addressed to a one-time visitor here from long ago. Comboxes on blogs are public spaces. Like an old town square. If one is sure somebody lives within earshot, … Continue reading

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Misericordia et Misera 5: Mercy in the Liturgy

We continue with Pope Francis’s apostolic letter. Follow this link for the full document, Misericordia et Misera. We begin with an appeal to continue the “new evangelization.” 5. Now, at the conclusion of this Jubilee, it is time to look … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia 238: Can a Permanent Choice Be Reaffirmed?

Maybe people misinterpret that a renewal of choice implies a thought of not renewing. For whatever reason, the notion of renewal is sometimes avoided. It might be especially important to engage that renewal when forces from outside or within a … Continue reading

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