Daily Archives: 4 January 2018

VNO 27: At Seedtime

Europe was a collection of agrarian cultures for most of its history. Farming was also important in the ancient Middle East. So we’ll have a large collection of Scripture and tradition from which to draw. In the Lectionary for Mass, … Continue reading

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Aparecida 312: Ecclesial Movements and New Communities, Part 2

New movements have been in ascendancy since the days of Pope John Paul II. The ones with ideological leanings to the re-writing of Vatican, especially. But many movements have burnished the spread of the Gospel through their charisms. Pope Benedict … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: The Wall Of Storms

The second book of Ken Liu’s fantasy epic has alternated between my bookshelf and my hands for the past week. It came out fourteen months ago, but since this isn’t a book blog as such, readers get my literary reviews … Continue reading

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