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Daily Archives: 1 June 2020
My wife asked me tonight that besides disgusted, how was I feeling today. I said, “Thoroughly disgusted.” This news item, of course. File it under: just when you thought American law enforcement couldn’t get more stupid and incompetent. Talking about biting … Continue reading
Saint Paul, or more likely an author in his tradition, follows the citation of an ancient hymn to Christ with this passage: (Christ) has now reconciled in his fleshly body through his death, to present you holy, without blemish, and … Continue reading
Let’s finish up our topic of how the Kingdom relates to Christ and to the church (Cf. RM 17-19). A brief paragraph beckons today which outlines some of the issues important to Pope John Paul II: It is within this … Continue reading