Daily Archives: 19 February 2021

Fratelli Tutti 101: Beyond A World Of Associates

This paragraph through number 105 looks “BEYOND A WORLD OF ‘ASSOCIATES.’” Pope Francis translates the roles of the parable into today’s categories: the injured person was irrelevant to the important people of the day. Jesus reveals that a foreigner is … Continue reading

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Critic on Critics

Every so often I visit the Musica Sacra Forum. More often in the past when one friend or another invited me to check on a topic. (One late friend always held out hope I would join, but …) More often … Continue reading

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A Lenten Word: James 1:27

I am finding the readings in the daytime Liturgy of the Hours to be full of nourishing morsels for the life of Lent. A single verse today, with cautions. Let’s read: Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the … Continue reading

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