Daily Archives: 16 February 2022

On My Bookshelf: The Fall of Gondolin

The forthcoming series on the Amazon behemoth has caught my attention. I would have been excited beyond attention in my high school days, when I read the published J.R.R. Tolkien books a few times. These days, maybe I feel a … Continue reading

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Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us 45-49: Qualities of Mature Adult Faith and Discipleship

Our examination of Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us continues as we move into Part II Qualities of Mature Adult Faith and Discipleship. This description of “qualities” is only 19 paragraphs long, but it provides some foundation for the detailed plans later … Continue reading

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More On The Baptism Thing

Maybe the Google is watching me quite closely, but I’m seeing a lot of secular news items in my feeds on “invalid baptisms.” This one, too, in which Fr Thomas Reese assesses the CDF decision simply enough: I think it’s … Continue reading

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