Daily Archives: 6 July 2022

Patris Corde 4d: Joseph’s Attitude

Joseph’s attitude encourages us to accept and welcome others as they are, without exception, and to show special concern for the weak, for God chooses what is weak (cf. 1 Corinthians 1:27). He is the “Father of orphans and protector of widows” … Continue reading

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Ignatius in July, 6: Ad Sidūs

This month, as a conclusion to the Ignatian Year, I’m trying to think of something mildly useful to say daily about the saint or his spiritual daughters and sons. Jesuits have been involved in astronomy from the beginning … of … Continue reading

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Desiderio Desideravi 7: Bread and the Cross

One bit of post-conciliar churchspeak we hear is paschal mystery. The entirety of Jesus’ experience in his Passion, Death, and Resurrection–what we celebrate in the Easter Triduum–is reflected upon here: 7. The content of the bread broken is the cross of … Continue reading

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