Daily Archives: 30 December 2020

Naming Persons

The USCCB doctrine committee is rightfully concerned with how the Trinity and the Persons of the Trinity are named in texts of liturgical music. On one hand, there is a very serious matter of theology. Who is God? How does … Continue reading

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Getting Sloppy

A British football manager is quoted after more than half of his league’s matches were called off yesterday: Oxford United manager Karl Robinson told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme some clubs were getting “sloppy”. “I can’t come on 100%, but … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 65: The Modern Shunning

65. Someone is assaulted on our streets, and many hurry off as if they did not notice. People hit someone with their car and then flee the scene. Their only desire is to avoid problems; it does not matter that, … Continue reading

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