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Monthly Archives: October 2014
May the Angels Lead Her Into Paradise: Remembering Ann O.
I was saddened to learn of the recent death of Ann Olivier from a lovely eulogy at Commonweal. Although we had fallen out of touch, Ann was a very significant influence during my years of self-directed theological study leading up … Continue reading
Posted in BLT, Books, Catholic Tagged academic friendship, eulogy, spiritual friendship, writing in books Leave a comment
So Much Internet: So Much Catholic Stuff! edition
With the Extraordinary Synod on the Family happening last week and this week in Rome, there has been so much stuff circulating that I’ve wanted to write about, but either haven’t had time or felt writing on Ferguson was more … Continue reading
@KilledByCops: A Twitter Devotional
According to the FBI, local police kill Black people at least two times a week, on average. But other estimates put that number to around once per day. — killedbycops.org @KilledByCops There is a custom followed by many Catholics that … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Prayer Tagged #FergusonOctober, police, prayer, racism, structural sin 1 Comment
The Purpose of Marriage: Gen 1 or Gen 2?
The bible begins with two creation stories, and each has its own purpose. Gen 1 tells the story of how all creation came to be, with the creation of humanity, male and female, as the culmination of creation. In this … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Moral theology Tagged gen 1, gen 2, marriage, natural law 38 Comments