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Monthly Archives: November 2011
There’s an interesting discussion of Implicit bias and moral culpability over at Feminist Philosophers. As philosophers, they have posed the question in terms of moral culpability; as a theologian, I will use the language of sinfulness.
Gracious God, we thank you for the gift of the 1970 ICEL missal, which we now put to rest at the direction of the bishop of Rome. In its words, for the first time in centuries, generations of English-speaking Catholics … Continue reading
This past weekend, our first reading was a passage from the book of Proverbs on the value of a good, talented, diligent wife. I listened to that reading and wondered what gospel passage it could possibly be pointing to. I … Continue reading
I was privileged to attend both a seminar and a public lecture by Dr. Miroslav Volf last week, and I’ll be posting bits about them periodically as I have time. The topic of his lecture was “Do Muslims and Christians … Continue reading
Bumper sticker seen in the church parking lot this morning: When Jesus said love your enemies, I’m pretty sure he meant don’t kill them.
One of the things that is optional in the Catholic Mass is a communal song of praise and thanksgiving after communion. This has never made sense to me in terms of the flow of the liturgy, and I’ve never been … Continue reading
It isn’t often that I can guess from the first reading what the gospel is going to be, but our passage from Wisdom 6:12-16 telegraphed it pretty clearly: Resplendent and unfading is wisdom, and she is readily perceived by those … Continue reading