Daily Archives: 23 August 2019

Reflections On Rupture

One of the flashpoints in the so-called liturgywars involves the chasm between continuity and rupture. That last word wouldn’t necessarily be my first choice, but it is used by people on the traditional side of the divide. In my view, … Continue reading

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Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Matthew 8:14-17

We think of Jesus as teacher. Perhaps prophet. But healing people was the hallmark of his earthly ministry. He is no longer with us as he was with the people of first century Palestine, but the episodes of healing those … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit 117: Seeking Closeness With God

117. When he asks something of you, or simply makes you face life’s challenges, he is hoping that you will make room for him to push you, to help you grow. He does not get upset if you share your … Continue reading

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