Daily Archives: 25 April 2020

Mysteries In A Time Of Peril

Aside from a sampling of Gospel events, one commonality that strikes me is the theme of accompaniment. We need not be alone in our trials. Jesus is present with us. We also have companions who bring him along to our … Continue reading

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The Daily Christian: Rosary

This may be the most frequent daily practice, at least for Catholics. The number of Hail Mary prayers in the original three sets of mysteries equaled the number of psalms. Some union with monasteries might have been a motivation. Some … Continue reading

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At PrayTell, I read about a news item of interest to liturgy folks, especially if they fall under the traditionalist umbrella. Apparently, the CDF (not the CDWDS) is polling the world’s bishops to assess the 2007 loosening of the celebration … Continue reading

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Querida Amazonia 101: A Dialogue

Some people cling to various metaphors. Pope Francis, in his post-synodal exhortation, gets into two “buts.” 101. Jesus Christ appears as the Spouse of the community that celebrates the Eucharist through the figure of a man who presides as a … Continue reading

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