Daily Archives: 6 March 2021

A Lenten Word: 1 Peter 4:7b-8

Good counsel can be hard to swallow. Toward the end of a section written for early Christians under pressure, we read two useful bits of advice from an apostle who is certain “the end is near.” What end is that? … Continue reading

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St Thomas Or Plainchant

Asked to play Benediction last night. I asked the deacon which tune was more familiar for Tantum Ergo, St Thomas or the plainchant. I didn’t refer to them as such; I just sang the two. I was hoping for door number … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 113: More On Promoting Good

Picking up on the theme begin in the previous paragraph: 113. Here, regrettably, I feel bound to reiterate that “we have had enough of immorality and the mockery of ethics, goodness, faith and honesty. It is time to acknowledge that light-hearted … Continue reading

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Cartoon Villains

So, one criticism I’ve seen of the otherwise excellent WandaVision series is that the archvillain was one-dimensional. I’m not totally sure this is accurate, for two reasons. First, the reveal of the so-called villain didn’t happen until the final third … Continue reading

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