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  1. Jean says:

    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.”

    http://mcsletstalk.org/communion-and-community/why-virtual-communion-is-not-nearly-radical-enough/?fbclid=IwAR0F8AKgja1f-A1Pn57iflsm5XWWB3kk_jjRWAgGQjzzs0OEvtzSZzv3vDQ

  2. bob1 says:

    Here’s a little humor to lighten the load…

    “What Day Is It?”

  3. Erunner says:

    Looks like you changed the header on the site??

  4. Michael says:

    Erunner,
    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… 🙂

  5. bob1 says:

    Jean,

    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.

  6. Dan From Georgia says:

    Michael, the logo looks normal on my phone btw. Thanks for all you do here!

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