Daily Archives: 29 September 2022

How Can We Disarm Saint Michael?

A deacon friend asked the question in social media today. I have another question: do we want to disarm him? I’m fine with asking the question, but keep in mind that in the endless eternity to come, the archangel won’t … Continue reading

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Desiderio Desideravi 65: Sunday

At the risk of attracting attention from seventh-day Christians, here goes Pope Francis on the eighth day: 65.¬†As the time made new by the mystery of His Death and Resurrection flows on, every eighth day the Church celebrates in the … Continue reading

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The Media on Religion

My morning news feed included a piece that linked to a summary of a survey that discovered (to no one’s surprise) that people of faith are disappointed by the poor treatment of religion in the non-religion media. Some respondents said … Continue reading

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