Daily Archives: 18 November 2021

What’s For Dinner

I haven’t been in a cooking mood in some time. That changed last week. Two nice batches of vegetable chili and now, dinner tonight. South Asian purists might wince, but no ghee or even butter (alas) to cater to the … Continue reading

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Coming Up: Antifa Sunday

I think I was once told this Sunday’s designation was mainly pro-monarchy, but if it really surfaced to combat fascism (spell check, that, Tweeter) then I’m down with this social media thought of the day. Or yesterday. Whatever. I’m on … Continue reading

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CDWDS Decree on Magnum Principium 54-55: Final Words

Let’s bring this document to the finish line. Here we have last thoughts on those particular texts for a diocesan saint, or a particular entry into the liturgical calendar of a religious order. While texts might be prepared in a … Continue reading

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Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 18: The Loss of the Sense of Sin, Part 2: Secularism

Yesterday, in leading off our discussion of section 18, we read of Pope Pius XII’s assessment that “the sin of the century is the loss of the sense of sin.” I think it’s the sin of every century, but y’all … Continue reading

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