Daily Archives: 26 April 2020

Two Were Bound For Emmaus

I’ve been an admirer of Bob Hurd for almost forty years. I’d like to meet the guy someday and talk theological shop. I had a dream two mornings ago that I was playing “Two Were Bound For Emmaus.” I was … Continue reading

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One of my musicians shared a few of his picks with me a few years ago. As we guitarists get older, it can be a handful to hold on to them while playing. In this time of pandemic, my fingertips … Continue reading

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Psalm 118: Alleluia, Your Mercy

One side benefit to having streaming and recorded liturgy at my parish is that I can get certain things peeled off the long feed if I like them. My friend Brian shared Psalm 118 with me last weekend, and we … Continue reading

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Querida Amazonia 102-103: Encouraging Women’s Gifts

The post-synodal exhortation offers some final thoughts on the role of women in the Church. 102. We must keep encouraging those simple and straightforward gifts that enabled women in the Amazon region to play so active a role in society, … Continue reading

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