Daily Archives: 6 November 2021

Autumn River

Or, a creek, more like. Soon we’ll reach the shining river, Soon our pilgrimage will cease, Soon our happy hearts will quiver, With the melody of peace. I’m reminded of that lovely passage in Isaiah 60: Then you shall see … Continue reading

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Funeral Lectionary: Genesis 23:2-4, 17-19

Many liturgists suggest women are underrepresented in the Lectionary. Patriarchy was the rule of so many cultures of the ancient Middle East, and this continued into Christian Europe. Deep in the Pentateuch, we have an opportunity to observe our spiritual … Continue reading

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CDWDS Decree on Magnum Principium 24: Faithfulness In The Whole

Another quick post to finish up faithfulness in the translation process. A reminder that it’s not just about the black and the red, but also those texts fewer people seem to read: 24. The translation covers the entire book, including … Continue reading

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Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 16: Personal Sin and Social Sin, Part 3: Sin Against Love of Neighbor

Some sins, however, by their very matter constitute a direct attack on one’s neighbor and more exactly, in the language of the Gospel, against one’s brother or sister. They are an offense against God because they are offenses against one’s … Continue reading

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