Daily Archives: 12 December 2016

Misericordia et Misera 19: The Jubilee, A Beginning

At the conclusion of the Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis issued an apostolic letter. In section 19, he acknowledges this observance is a beginning, not a concluded effort: 19. Many concrete signs of mercy have been performed during this Holy … Continue reading

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A Dose of Humility

For over a year I’ve been playing with the ensemble that leads music for our parish’s fifth Sunday Mass, the one mostly prayed in Spanish. My fine predecessor directs the choir from the piano, so I get to play guitar … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia 253-254: When Death Makes Us Feel Its Sting

The final theme of Chapter Six examines the end of life. How Christians deal with the issues of loss, grief, prayer, and the after life will occupy us for the next several posts. Let’s get into the read: 253. At … Continue reading

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