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Daily Archives: 24 May 2020
It’s not just a pandemic thing. Every so often, I renew a hobby from my childhood. A Christmas gift from the young miss was finally tackled in Lent. Gambit was of no help. He loves the puzzle cloth when spread … Continue reading
I know that the upper level liturgical muckety-mucks have weighed in against face masks for clergy. I confess our livestreaming priests don’t wear them. One, who shall go unnamed, has lost the spongy guard on the mic, leaving today’s presider … Continue reading
Let’s complete our reading of section 13, “Christ Makes the Kingdom Present.” You may remember that one of the Luminous Mysteries proposed by Pope John Paul II was the proclamation of the Kingdom of God. There is less any single … Continue reading