Daily Archives: 24 August 2021

Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Luke 22:39-46

The agony in the garden, what an interesting choice for the sick and the dying. Jesus, having completed his farewell discourse, makes a move to do what he frequently does–pray: Then going out he went, as was his custom, to … Continue reading

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Post-Conciliar Psalmody, Part 2

  How did singer-songwriters compose songs in the 1970s? Noodle a bit on the guitar or piano, then add the words in later. It was kind of an impressionistic thing with that method: see what mood hits and try to … Continue reading

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Rainy Morning

The other cat hid with pre-dawn thunderstorms, but Miranda wasn’t bothered. Significant rain continues in Minnesota, but how much will be needed to salve the severe drought?

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Fratelli Tutti 256: The Injustice of War

The injustice of war 256. “Deceit is in the mind of those who plan evil, but those who counsel peace have joy” (Prov 12:20). Christians speak of just wars, of defending the innocent, and prudential judgment. This is all well … Continue reading

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