Daily Archives: 25 August 2018

The Crafty Steward?

One last bit about Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. I’m sure by this time tomorrow a lot will have shaken out from his accused, his supporters and skeptics. Tonight, it looks not unlike this parable from Luke 16:1-9: Then Jesus said to … Continue reading

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Viganò Bombs The Church

Whispered here, and already in the fringe and conservative pajama news outlets online, a memo from the former nuncio (2011-2016) to the US, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. I read through the memo, and there’s some significant dirt on people. There are … Continue reading

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GeE 147: In Constant Prayer

Let’s begin a theme that will capture our attention for this paragraph and ten that follow. Where does Pope Francis suggest we be? In Constant Prayer. Let’s begin: 147. Finally, though it may seem obvious, we should remember that holiness consists … Continue reading

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On Irish Baptism

I saw this msn piece on the confluence of baptism, state-sponsored Catholic schools, and parents looking out for their kids. It’s a curious thing for an American to read. State-sponsored Catholic schools prioritizing baptized children for admission and the “lies” … Continue reading

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Aparecida 521-522: Working Across A Continent

Obstacles today are huge. Our hope swells when we can work together across most distant locations to put plans into action. The bishops of Latin America and the Caribbean recognize a continent-wide effort is needed in many places: 521. The … Continue reading

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