Daily Archives: 13 October 2021

Diocese of Rome Synod Address, Part 10, The Pilgrim Hermeneutic

Next in Pope Francis’ address to the Diocese of Rome. a longer paragraph. First, trust in the Holy Spirit. Along with this, a common dish-breaking theme of the Holy Father, namely that disagreements can be well-managed rather than avoided or … Continue reading

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Via Pulchritudinis: The Luminous Beauty of Christ, Part 1

Moving on to part B) we discuss The Luminous Beauty of Christ and its Reflection in Christian Holiness. We’ll take this topic in two parts, starting here: Jesus Christ is the perfect representation of the Glory of the Father. He is the most beautiful … Continue reading

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Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 7: In the Light of Christ the Reconciler, Continued

Let’s finish up with section 7. Pope John Paul II has set the biblical foundations for the Christian understanding of reconciliation. Beginning with these and other significant passages in the New Testament, we can therefore legitimately relate all our reflections … Continue reading

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Again, What If We Didn’t Fire People?

Is it a hope that Catholic organizations wouldn’t fire lay people? I know I’ve asked the question here in the past, at least once. Heidi Schlumpf at the NCRep muses on the tide turning. I wonder though. As I know … Continue reading

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