Daily Archives: December 1, 2013

A Recipe for Readiness

By Msgr. Charles Pope: The first weeks of Advent focus more on the Lord’s second coming in glory than his first coming at Bethlehem. The Gospel is clear enough to state that we must be prepared, for, at an hour we … Continue reading

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Watching Old TV

Work awarded me a “stay-cation” recently as many hours overworked previously were given back to me. The family is on an extended economy drive at the moment due to number one child being at university. Also, holidaying alone was not my fancy. … Continue reading

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Lectio Divina: 1st Sunday of Advent, Year A

The Fall of the Damned – Bosch, Venice With Open Eyes, Astonished and New Paris, November 29, 2013 (Zenit.org) Monsignor Francesco Follo 1) Vigilance and discernment In the Canticle of the Sun (recited in the liturgy of the Hours during … Continue reading

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