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Monthly Archives: January 2017
After witnessing the events in airports across this country today, I think it safe to say there are many people who truly believe in this. I was just watching the news footage of the Seattle airport. I saw a shot … Continue reading
This author knows her stuff when it comes to liturgy. She is a frequent commenter and blogger on the PrayTell website. Currently she is editing that website while Fr. Anthony Ruff, the originator and editor of the blog, is taking … Continue reading
I was totally surprised at the location of the publisher of this piece….Tulsa, OK, right in the heart of the “flyover” country and, supposedly, of Trump voters!….reyanna By Garrison Keilor January 26, 2017 Tulsa World on-line … Continue reading
Have we had a fun week watching the new administrations’s first week in the White House? It is likely to continue. Although the author admits she is no expert on this issue, there are plenty of articles available by various … Continue reading
The headline on this article is a bit misleading. What PF ordered was a study of Liturgiam authenticam, the current document that guides how translations are to be donea, with this document imposing a slavish formal equivalence translation of the … Continue reading
This editorial from The Guardian just reinforces in me that in Pope Francis the world has a precious treasure. IMHO, he is the number 1 leader of any authority in the world today. And considering what we are going to … Continue reading
•Numbers 6: 22-27 * Galatians 4: 4-7 * Luke 2: 16-21• Weekly Scripture Readings: Solemnity of Mary January 1 has a carnival-like atmosphere to it. Consider the variety of activities that occupy people as the New Year begins: fireworks, crazy hats, … Continue reading