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Daily Archives: 7 July 2020
This volume pictured here has been on my bookshelf for over two decades. As I’ve been indulging some old reads and discovering new things, I thought I’d share some recommendations, starting with this book. I’ve had a membership in the … Continue reading
I was speaking with a liturgist colleague recently, sharing our experiences and perceptions of the return to worship. She has found the reopening with limits to be very much wanting. I shared the same. Certainly I understand intellectually the limits … Continue reading
Time for section (b) of John Paul II’s “Parameters of the Church’s Mission Ad Gentes.” At some point, I might get these back on a schedule for early morning, but for now, let’s have an evening read on “New worlds … Continue reading