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Daily Archives: 6 January 2022
Are you curious? How do seminaries train confessors? It seems as secretive as the seal of confession itself. Unlike counseling, it is wholly inappropriate for any kind of direct monitoring. Fabricating encounters of confessing sin strikes me as akin to … Continue reading
One interpretation of the “three ships” in the English carol is that they symbolized the camels, the “ships of the desert” presumably used by the Magi. Bethlehem is clearly not a port, and I think we do well to respect … Continue reading