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I wonder what our Lutheran friends will make of this passage in Evangelii Gaudium (if they read it): 36. All revealed truths derive from the same divine source and are to be believed with the same faith, yet some of them … Continue reading
For the moment, only a link - once I’ve read it, there will be more! PDF version here! Quick observation: it wasn’t first up, but it was there as expected: a focus on the Kerygma 164. In catechesis too, we have rediscovered the … Continue reading
About five years ago, when my children were little (literally, they are now rivalling me for height), my oldest daughter set out to the pet shop to buy some pet mice. “Why mice?” asked the pet shop owner, “Have you … Continue reading
Many and various are the expectations for the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops to be held in October 2014 on the theme “The Pastoral Challenges of the Family in the Context of the Evangelisation.” Most bishops understand that this is an opportunity … Continue reading
There have been endless (and I do mean endless – they are still going on) articles published in both print and online regarding the interpretation of Pope Francis’s interviews. Among the most contentious statements he is reported to have made … Continue reading
Here’s something I didn’t know. When the statue of Our Lady of Fatima arrived by helicopter in the Vatican, her first port of call was the chapel of the residence of the Pope Emeritus, Benedict XVI. From there, she went … Continue reading
Jeff Tan’s thoughts on today’s Gospel at One Bread, One Body prompted me to make a brief comment on his post. He didn’t go much into the title of his post “Your faith has saved you”, but it was particularly that … Continue reading
Could any lurking Latinist please help me here? I like to compare the Pope’s Latin tweets to the English – I am fascinated by the quality (as it appears to me) of these Latin tweets – but honestly they are … Continue reading
Do you have a self hosted WordPress blog? Do you use your iPhone or iPad to manage your blog? I do for both. And I’ve just updated to the (don’t let me complain too much) new iOS7 on both instruments. … Continue reading
Well, he’s at it again, and everyone’s talking about it. Last night after our Anima Education class in Ballarat, one student came up to me to express her distress over an article she had read from the New York Times which reported … Continue reading