Daily Archives: July 31, 2011

What did the Cloyne Report Really Say?

In all of the media furore it has been difficult to discern what it was that the Cloyne report actually said. The Thirsty Gargoyle has a very helpful summary if the report and the responses to it: http://thethirstygargoyle.blogspot.com/2011/07/how-many-questions-on-cloyne-report.html

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31st July 2011 – Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)

In Matthew’s account of the feeding of the multitude, Jesus is moved with compassion to heal the people (v. 14). In Mark he is moved to teach them (Mark 6:34). Both aspects are important. The Lord loves us and wants … Continue reading

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Founder of the Society of Jesus, Confessor—1491-1556 Feast: July 31 St. Ignatius of Loyola, with his new and dynamic conception of the religious life, has left an impress on the Church unparalleled in modern times. The founder of the Society … Continue reading

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