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Daily Archives: 15 October 2021
We’ve been reading with the Pontifical Council for Culture for a few weeks now with their document on the way of beauty. This week Vatican News has a nice feature and interview with Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi on the dicastery he … Continue reading
Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez interviewed while in Rome for meetings. The link is here. He was asked about a divided body of bishops. On the Communion issue, the reality is that what we want is to better educate Catholics: … Continue reading
Pope Francis, in his address to the Diocese of Rome, moves onward from the general to the specific for his own diocese. The diocese is where the Holy Father envisions the widest possible listening to the people, and we in … Continue reading
This is a topic I almost isolated and treated on its own, but in the end the whole document poked my interest. It’s taken a while to get to Beauty in the Liturgy. Where we left off yesterday, we looked … Continue reading
More on The Reconciling Church … To the hands and lips of the apostles, his messengers, the Father has mercifully entrusted a ministry of reconciliation, which they carry but in out in a singular way by virtue of the power to act … Continue reading