Saturday, February 22, 2014
Jesus in the Temple
A sketch of a thought:
Today's supplication Dear Lord, please give me the gift of enunciation, because empirical evidence is consistent with the hypothesis that my prayers to grow in patience come out sounding like, "May I grow impatient."
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
In the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, the Confiteor was recited twice, first by the priest asking for prayers from the saints and the congregation --
Friday, February 14, 2014
Michael Liccione commented on Facebook that, "The most important thing I learned in college is that not everybody who
disagrees with me about religion or politics is stupid, evil, or crazy."
As long as I'm riffing on Mark Shea taglines
The saying, "Sin makes you stupid," means that choosing to act against your own happiness weakens your virtue and clouds your intellect, leaving you both more likely to sin again and less able to comprehend what is good.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
God likes miracles
As Mark Shea likes to say,