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A thoughtful reflection on the Covid-19 pandemic from a theological and societal perspective:
A link to the article follows this excerpt:
“The coronavirus contagion is a negative witness to the ineradicable social bond of us earthlings; it speaks painfully against the widespread American delusion that I am an island, a sovereign self who makes his own destiny, who can and must live alone, for me, myself and I. With the prophets of Israel, to promote such a serious self-examination along these lines is a precious opportunity given to us by the Eucharistic fast that has been imposed upon us.”
Here’s a little humor to lighten the load…
“What Day Is It?”
Looks like you changed the header on the site??
The software undergirding the site changed and we lost the header for a few days. That’s what I was able to salvage. It’s a little large… 🙂
That’s a really interesting site you linked to!
I see one of the contributors is a guy named Frank Senn. He wrote a book called “Christian Liturgy:
Catholic and Evangelical,” a great (but long!) look at liturgy through the ages including the Reformation.
Michael, the logo looks normal on my phone btw. Thanks for all you do here!
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