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Daily Archives: 17 December 2021
My pastor left the rose bit amongst the main Advent colors this week. I remember the third Sunday color being up last year for the full week. We talked a bit about Advent II and the O Antiphons in our … Continue reading
They wonder why people are quitting jobs and from what I hear, starting their own businesses. I heard about the Kentucky factory bosses keeping people on the job with tornadoes approaching. And this, the threat of being fired just before … Continue reading
Some final thoughts on catechesis: Pastors who are zealous and creative never lack opportunities for imparting this broad and varied catechesis, taking into account the different degrees of education and religious formation of those to whom they speak. Most importantly, … Continue reading