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Kumbaya, my Lord, gather us in on eagles’ wings…

I know I’m late on this, but I just wanted to review the pope’s recent Decalogue of Happiness, found in his 77-minute filmed interview with the Argentine magazine, Viva, and see if anyone has thoughts on it. As I was … Continue reading

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Protected: Irony is so dead…

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Who knew?

4:09: “It is a long established principle of the Church never to completely drop from Her public worship any ceremony, object, or prayer which once occupied a place in that worship.” — Fulton J. Sheen, narrator

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“Irony is so dead”

I know that I’m not supposed to be commenting on this papacy, but I figure as long as it’s not polemical, keeping abreast of a few current events is not so bad. After all, how could a good Catholic really ever … Continue reading

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