Category Archives: Philosophy

Necessary Preamble to Faith

An Early Christmas Carol

The Unjust Steward This past Sunday, the Gospel reading was Luke 16:1-13. In this reading, a steward, (a trusted servant responsible for the household of his master), has wasted his master’s goods. He is told to prepare an accounting, as … Continue reading

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A Sound of Thin Silence

No Silence Even in Silence By: FRATER BOVIOUS I remember two occasions when I became aware of silence On Thursday, September 13, 2001 I became aware of the fact that no planes were flying anywhere near my work. My place … Continue reading

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A Public Service Announcement

Catholics for Choosing Stuff Public funding for torture, dismemberment, and murder is a Catholic social justice value. Equal access to comprehensive services, including torture, dismemberment, and murder services, is a moral imperative. The harsh restrictions on public funding for torture, dismemberment, … Continue reading

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A flash of silver amidst the Gold | Relax–

If you like the occasional zing! of swords in church, you’d like the Roman Catholic rite.  I’ve never looked into any meaning of anything to do with the Knights of Columbus, other than … Source: A flash of silver amidst the Gold | … Continue reading

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“What Sort of Man…”

The Son of Man Today’s readings: There was a storm at sea, and their master was asleep. They woke him in fear and Jesus “rebuked the winds and the sea, and there was a great calm.” And they marveled. What … Continue reading

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Participation In God’s Being in Man Caves

As we build to a discussion of Indulgences, we first discuss Participation. So, give a listen to Participation

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Cigars, Mysteries, Regular Guys

My partner and I in exploring post RCIA mysteries of the faith have decided to have a podcast. I think it was Chesterton who said, “Anything worth doing is worth doing badly.” In that spirit, please take a listen

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