Daily Archives: 20 January 2021

Gomez On Biden

I noticed Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez’s statement on the new president, and this commentary: I must point out that our new President has pledged to pursue certain policies that would advance moral evils and threaten human life and dignity, … Continue reading

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On My Tube: The Great

Historical drama isn’t my usual tv watch, but since this miniseries every now and then something catches and keeps my eye. hulu markets some intriguing shows, so I dove in to see something of Russia in The Great. If the … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 78: Starting At The Local Level

78. We can start from below and, case by case, act at the most concrete and local levels, and then expand to the farthest reaches of our countries and our world, with the same care and concern that the Samaritan … Continue reading

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Some Songs Are A Struggle

In my new parish, there is ample repertoire I’ve not ever played or sung at Mass before. My predecessors built a significant body of music. By my count over four-hundred pieces over the past five years, excluding psalm settings. My … Continue reading

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