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Daily Archives: 6 June 2020
Job suffers greatly. From chapter three of his biblical tale, his patience erodes and he rants against God. Three friends watch in horror as he appoints himself to his own defense, railing against God. In turn, each of them try … Continue reading
In the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours, “Saturday” is not technically recognized in the evening or at Night Prayer. If you are a novice to this prayer, you will find tonight’s psalms and such under the heading of “Prayer I … Continue reading
Finishing up Chapter Two at last with a few comments about intercessory prayer. Finally, the Church serves the kingdom by her intercession, since the kingdom by its very nature is God’s gift and work, as we are reminded by the … Continue reading