Daily Archives: 10 June 2019

Musical Moment #3: Tusk

Another college moment, which was really more than one moment: Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk. I saw the band live twice, once before the album was released and once shortly after. The former show was my first all-day stadium rock event. They … Continue reading

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On The Lord’s Prayer: Why Words Aren’t Important

I saw a Fox News headline arrive in my newsfeed about Pope Francis changing the words of the Lord’s Prayer. Interesting, I thought. When was the Fox interested in what was going on in Italy? I could lament about the … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit 44: Mary As Young “Influencer”

In this paragraph, Pope Francis quotes himself from an earlier address given this year at World Youth Day. Mary’s fiat is interpreted as an expression of confidence rather than a passive concession to another’s plan. 44. “We are always struck … Continue reading

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