Of Time Travel, Christmas, and Liturgical Displacement

So the womb of the Virgin, in which He was conceived, corresponds to the new grave in which He was buried.
~ St. Augustine

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Of Good Fences, Closed Communion, and Reunification

Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.
~ Robert Frost

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Reformation Reconsidered: On Becoming a Bible Christian

Maybe in fifty years, or a hundred, Catholics will be reading the Bible the way they should have been reading it all along.
~ Flannery O’Connor

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Ecumenism, Sanctity, and the White Rose

Just being a Christian is perhaps the most difficult thing, for we never are, and only can be in death a little bit, at most.
~ Willi Graf

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Death Prep (Part 2): What We Must Do, What We Ought to Do

I will then prepare myself for that hour,
and I will take all possible care to end this journey happily.
~ St. Frances de Sales

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Death Prep (Part 1): What It Is, What We Can’t Do About It

Death can be very beautiful – like a wedding – if we make it so.
~ Fr. Solanus Casey

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The Giddy Appeal of Humanae Vitae

You don’t need a pope or an ecumenical council to tell you
what the Bible clearly teaches.

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Alone If Necessary: Of Nicea, Nixon, and Nerve

I do not care very much what men say of me,
provided that God approves of me.
~ St. Thomas More

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Love the Ones You’re With First

It is not enough to say to my God I love you, but my God, I love you here.
~ Mother Teresa

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Of Cell Phones, Sanctity, and Cervical Spines: A Marian Range of Motion

A bow signifies reverence and honor (GIRM §275).

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