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Tears for Mt. St. Agnes

It must have been about a dozen years ago, when I was just discovering my calling for theology. It was late one night, and I was surfing the search engines, as you do, going from one link to another, exploring. … Continue reading

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Why Seventy[-two]?

Reflections on the Roman Catholic lectionary for 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle C The gospel as I heard it proclaimed states 72 disciples. The NABre renders the number “seventy [-two]“, with a footnote stating that important representatives of the … Continue reading

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Allentown, Saturday

My goodness, what a long day and what a lot to take in and think about. Rather than a detailed report, here are a few images, phrases, or ideas that struck me while listening to each talk: Denominational, doctrinal, or … Continue reading

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