Daily Archives: 20 August 2021

Jeopardy’s Jeopardy

Mike Richards doesn’t hire himself after all. I know the network tried to spin this as an underdog story. Fans could feel good about it, eh? And working with Alex Trebek all those years rubbed off in some good ways.  … Continue reading

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An interesting take on Traditionis Custodes at NCRep. Professor Weiss suggests the communities are the problem, not the Latin. Some of her suggestions wouldn’t go down well in mainstream parishes, and a few do impact a liturgy whose advocates say … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 252: Justice for the Love of Justice

252. This does not mean impunity. Justice is properly sought solely out of love of justice itself, out of respect for the victims, as a means of preventing new crimes and protecting the common good, not as an alleged outlet … Continue reading

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