Daily Archives: 31 May 2020

A Psalm For Today: “Do Not Let The Foot Of The Arrogant Tread On Me”

I’m familiar with the 36th for its inner passage about the goodness of God. It came up in today’s 2020 pilgrimage of lectio divina through the Psalter. Maybe I’m a few days behind the “foot of the arrogant,” but it seems more … Continue reading

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Redemptoris Missio 18: The Kingdom Is A Person

Speaking of inclinations within the Church that lack a focus on Jesus. Not just the facts and knowledge about him. But the person: This is not the kingdom of God as we know it from Revelation. The kingdom cannot be … Continue reading

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