Category: Catholic Church
Advent is upon us. The word means “coming” and the season focuses first on Christ’s second coming at the end of time, and then on the historical reality of his first coming and his birth at Christmas. When the...Read More
Perfection yet to be attained,
With layers left to be unfurled,
Her soul is cleansed while still detained,
Within the timeless Netherworld.
This state between eternity
And time, however short or long,
Endures between ubiquity
And place to keep a ghostly throng.
It’s one of the great ironies that the once highly offensive black-balling of Roman Catholics has today become the very stuff of high-minded political morality.Read More
“Catherine Commissions”– The Immediate Role of the Laity Following Disclosures of Abuse and Predation by Formerly-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick
The name I suggest for these bodies is “Catherine Commissions.”Read More
Through this elderly priest, I received guidance I did not expect and grace that comforted and strengthened me and healed the wounds of my heart and soul.Read More