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Monthly Archives: November 2014
I never understood the penitential aspect of Advent until tonight. When I was very young, Advent and Lent were both purple penitential seasons with little to distinguish between them. By the time I was in college, the seasons had been … Continue reading
#PopeFrancis and Patriarch Bartholomew I give blessing side by side at end of today's Mass #historic #popeinturkey pic.twitter.com/suJFjdOUO0 — Mary Shovlain (@maryshovlain) November 29, 2014 Lord, remember your Church throughout the world; make us grow in love, together with Francis, … Continue reading
I had an interesting conversation on Twitter the other day during which the topic of the communion rail came up. James wondered why Catholics eliminated the communion rail when it was “non-controversial” among Lutherans and Episcopalians. I claim no particular … Continue reading
I was very surprised at mass today when the presider said “The Gospel of the Lord” after only the first of the three servants, the one who doubled his five talents, had been rewarded. Turns out that’s a legit shorter … Continue reading
As we all continue to process the events and documents of #Synod14, there are bunches of stuff to read: Kyle Cupp directly examines the issue of Power and control in the church: topics which are all too often either unspoken … Continue reading
This Sunday was the Feast of the Lateran Basilica, the “mother church” and very first basilica (Roman-style large public worship space) of the Church in Rome after the persecutions were ended. So it was a good day for ecclesiological reflection … Continue reading