Comedy, Reality, The Blind British and Go in Peace

This week’s cache of newly archived articles completes the little series on the liturgy which was first published at Catholic Digest magazine. There’s my observation that the British have a blind spot about some of their most world famous and excellent writers and a question about the wisdom of Pope Francis celebrating the Protestant Revolution.

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Here are links to this weeks’ four articles:

Comedy and Reality – The need for laughter and clear vision when times are tough.

Should Pope Francis Celebrate the Reformation? – A balanced view of the Pope’s over enthusiasm for Protestantism.

Mass is Ended Go in Peace – The final post in the series of practical points to get from the liturgy.

The Great British Literature Blind  – Why are the Brits so shy about celebrating Lewis, Tolkien and their pals?

2019-01-31T16:15:56+00:00January 31st, 2019|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

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