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Dot Magis: Sacred Cacophony QUANTUM THEOLOGY - May 17, 2017 St. Benedict Fra Angelico via Wikimedia Commons "From holy Easter until Pentecost without interruption let 'Alleluia' be said both in the Psalms and in the responsories." —from The Rule of St. Benedict , Chapter 15. "...my breath caught in my mouth. Alleluia? I had barely thought the word in weeks, and now we were singing it in four parts, in Lent. St. Benedict's Rule flashed through my mind. Wait, I wanted to say, until 'holy Easter'! Holy Easter duly arrived, and with it, a ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2017/05/dot-magis-sacred-cacophony.html

Easter Thursday SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - April 20, 2017 Dic nobis Maria Quid vidisti in via? 'Sepulchrum Christi viventis Et gloriam vidi resugentis. Angelicos testes, Sudarium et vestes.' Surrexit Christus spes mea, Praecedet suos in Galilaeam. Credendum est magis soli Mariae veraci, Quam Iudaeorum turbae fallaci. Scimum Christum surrexisse A mortuis vere; Tu nobis, victor rex, miserere. Amenhttp://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2017/04/easter-thursday.html

EASTER SUNDAY - "I Have Seen the Lord!" ROMAN CHRISTENDOM - April 16, 2017 http://romanchristendom.blogspot.com/2017/04/easter-sunday.html

Dot Magis: Signs of an Early Morning Examen QUANTUM THEOLOGY - March 26, 2017 One of the nearby bridges over the railway track is out, which has changed the local traffic patterns. My drive to Mass and morning prayer now involves fewer traffic lights, more stop signs and a need to be very alert for those who view stopping at stop signs as optional. I'm oddly grateful for it all, which led to this reflection for DotMagis. "I imagine God at each intersection point asking, 'Do you see me?' I think of the last line of Mary Oliver's poem, What I Have Learned So Far : ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2017/03/dot-magis-signs-of-early-morning-examen.html