“If I sang, I’d sound like a donkey, because I don’t know how to sing.”
Archive for December, 2015
Deacon Kendra: “It appears these and similar revisions have been implemented for one reason: someone presumes that intelligent Christians are too stupid to know that the word ‘man’ doesn’t always mean a human being with testicles.”
Here, folks, is Gloria in Excel sheets: And it gets better. Tomorrow it will be Gloria in Excel sheets day-old. awr Send to Kindle
Liturgy and music nerds can start making plans for next year – it is never too early.
I made this puzzle on a whim to stump my son (so far, it’s working). Use the clues to solve this logic puzzle. No cheating by using information you just happen to know! (There is a downloadable version you can open with a word processor and edit at the bottom.)
There are five churches right in a row from East to West on a little street in Maintown, USA…
I wonder whether Elizabeth and Mary together don’t point us to a deep truth: namely, that fully saying “yes” to something – especially God’s own vision for this world — always also has to include decisive “nos.”
Christmas is about Christ coming to us, and our coming to Christ—and most of all about our going out to each other. Most of all, Christmas promises us an imperishable inheritance from Christ who came once in Bethlehem will come again in glory.
We are laborers, not master builders,
servants, not the Messiah.
Selections from the Graduale Romanum and Graduale Simplex for Mass, and the Antiphonale Monasticum and Liber Hymnarius for the Divine Office, that honor Our Lady and her divine Son.