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Missing Public Masses

The COVID-19 pandemic is still in progress. But Catholics here in Sauk Centre, Minnesota, got good news over the weekend. “Dear Friends in Christ, “Bishop Kettler has asked us to begin planning for public Masses again. … Then, if all … Continue reading

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Holy Week: Staying Home

Holy Week starts tomorrow. Together with Easter, it’s the high point of the Catholic calendar. I’d be going to Our Lady of the Angels — the parish church — on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday AKA Holy Thursday, Good Friday and … Continue reading

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Changing My Daily Prayers

I read David Torkington’s “The Resolution to end all Resolutions” and started a new prayer routine three years ago. My starting point was Lauds and Vespers from Liturgy of the hours. Don’t be too impressed. Lauds was recognizable after my … Continue reading

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New on Blogroll+ — Word on Fire Catholic Ministries

I finished reading “Letter to a Suffering Church” this weekend. It’s Bishop Robert Barron’s discussion of the sexual abuse scandal that’s been momentarily eclipsed by election-year sturm und drang. And that’s a topic for another day. Topics. The book’s publisher … Continue reading

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