Daily Archives: 28 September 2020


Who was it that said that little dollop about faith and disbelief? For the person of faith no proof is necessary; for the non-believer, no proof will be enough. Probably Chesterton. Anyway, the same kind of thing seems to apply … Continue reading

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Saint Priorities

Like many Catholics, I have a fascination with saints. As a critically minded believer, I think these role models are underutilized in the modern Church. Some of the better examples of this poverty are found in liturgy. Some of it … Continue reading

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Redemptoris Missio 87: Missionary Spirituality

Are we ready to explore a final chapter? Pope John Paul II, by titling this “Missionary Spirituality” implies there is a place for the mystic in the mission. That notion is intriguing, as it suggests an orientation outside of human … Continue reading

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