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The Catholic Parish in 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - November 12, 2014 ... other parishes in which far more hours are devoted to this sacrament. Although education was not yet compulsory in England and Wales, the vast majority - more than 90% - of children attended some form of schooling, and the imperative need for Catholic children to receive this schooling in a Catholic education system and not from the CofE was paramount in the mind of the Church. (I muse on what the result of a comparative study of a CofE RE syllabus in 1863 and a Catholic RE ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-catholic-parish-in-1863.html
Homily: Crossing Bridges BUKAS PALAD - September 13, 2014 Year A / Ordinary Time / Week 24 / Sunday - Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross Readings: Numbers 21.4b-9 / Responsorial Psalm: 78 (R/v 7b) / Philippians 2.6-11 / John 3.13-17 Crossing bridges. Crossing bridges is what my friend Joshua does when he visits a city. In San Francisco, he walked across the Golden Gate Bridge. In Sydney, he walked across the Sydney Harbor Bridge. As a Singaporean, he likes walking across the Helix Bridge now ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/09/homily-crossing-bridges.html
Homily: Disturbance BUKAS PALAD - August 24, 2014 Year A / Ordinary Time / Week 21 Readings: Isaiah 22.19-24 / Psalm 138 (R/v 8c) / Romans 11.33-36 29-32 / Matthew 16.13-27 "I am disturbed." "I am disturbed," declared Jeremiah, a student of ours at SJI. He was answering the Education Minister who visited our school last Tuesday and asked, "What makes studying at SJI special." "Disturbed," Jeremiah said, "because SJI opened my eyes to really see the world ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/08/homily-disturbance.html
An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Fourteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 17, 2014 ... Pope Pius XII. I had always been struck by the cultural difference in the way different peoples participated in the Mass. I am not thinking of the way African Catholics participate in the celebration of Mass with dancing and a great deal of vocalization during the celebration. Rather, I am thinking of the relative silence that was characteristic of most American congregations as contrasted with the tradition of singing that was so common in German and even German-American parishes. When I read ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/17/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-fourteen/