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Daily Archives: 14 October 2021
Who could have imagined that bossy people like work a lot more than the bossed? I wonder about church employees. In my current parish, we have seven people rotate half to full days as receptionists at the church office. The … Continue reading
A few special observances can bump a green or a Christmas Sunday (yes, even Holy Family Sunday) from the liturgical calendar. We spoke of those in the series on Masses for Various Needs and Occasions. A local bishop can also … Continue reading
Another good image from the brain of Pope Francis: You see, then, how our Tradition is like a mass of leavened dough; we can see it growing and in that growth is communion: journeying together brings about true communion. Here … Continue reading
We continue with the Pontifical Council for Culture’s reflection on The Luminous Beauty of Christ and its Reflection in Christian Holiness. It may be predictable a curial entity would look to a church subculture close to its circle of friends: This … Continue reading
Section 8 of this apostolif exhortation is devoted to a brief study of The Reconciling Church. Pope John Paul II first looks to the teaching of one of the great Doctors of the Church, his fifth century predecessor in the … Continue reading