Daily Archives: 21 January 2020

The Worth Of Ordinary Time

On yesterday’s Christian Unity post, commenter Anthony Phillips offers a few reflections. One is here: I don’t see what the point of ‘Ordinary Time’ is anyway–whatever you think of Vatican II, it has no grounding in Sacrosanctum Concilium. Why Bugnini … Continue reading

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020, Day 4

Who started the week? Would you believe an Episcopalian? Lewis Wattson eventually founded the Society of Atonement, which was received entire and whole into the Roman Catholic Chrch in 1909. The cause for sainthood is up and running, as of … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit 269: Work And Connectedness

Do we see work as “Vocation?” Today we consider the second of six paragraphs that look at this topic. Pope Francis suggests that work is an interconnected phenomenon, something we can’t do by ourselves. I suspect that some Ignatian thread … Continue reading

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