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“Proclamation in a missionary style focuses on the essentials, on the necessary things: this is also what fascinates and attracts more, what makes the heart burn, as it did for the disciples at Emmaus.” — Pope Francis, 30 September 2013 Pope … Continue reading
I’m just having my own little crisis of faith. No biggie. Or, yeah, a little biggie. It does wonders for scrambling the codgitative radar, as you can see. If it’s any encouragement to my readers (I mean you, you, and … Continue reading
I’ve been floundering long enough. It has finally dawned on me. Pope Francis is right. He’s always been right. I am neither wise nor experienced enough to grasp his theological teachings and pastoral strategy, much less to criticize them. He … Continue reading
…and truly, honestly, sincerely wish, indeed, I hope against hope, that some of the following could outweigh the impact of the other daft things he’s been saying lately. But in this vale of tears, scandal wins out more often than … Continue reading
The older I get, the more my favorite phrases become “I don’t know,” “Please explain,” and “Praise God anyway.”
Where can you find the most methodologically consistent Reformers in our day? In the Jesus Seminar! #stillBearingTheTorch