Daily Archives: 1 July 2022

Patris Corde 4b: Disappointment and Rebellion? No

Often in life, things happen whose meaning we do not understand. Our first reaction is frequently one of disappointment and rebellion. Joseph set aside his own ideas in order to accept the course of events and, mysterious as they seemed, … Continue reading

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Ignatius in July, 1

Some of my Ignatian friends are observing this entire month as a conclusion to the Ignatian Year, marking five centuries since the man’s conversion thanks to a military injury and long convalescence. Let’s see if I can maintain a discipline of … Continue reading

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Desiderio Desideravi 2: The Today of Salvation History

Pope Francis devotes eight short sections to “The Liturgy: the “today” of salvation history.” When I read through the document yesterday, I thought these paragraphs perform a helpful task in setting out the Holy Father’s vision of liturgy and where … Continue reading

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