- Sarah Pulliam Bailey, writing for Get Religion, takes a look an article published in the Los Angeles Times about the Google's recent doodle in tribute to Blessed Nicholas Steno, a 17th century scientist and a Catholic priest. The article claimed Steno, after discovering the salivary duct and considerable geological work, "threw it all over for God." Commenting on that notion, Bailey examines the popular notion that being a person of faith - especially Catholic - involves a rejection of science.
- Writing at The New Theological Movement, Father Ryan Erlenbusch takes a look at the Gospel of Mark, which will be the primary Gospel proclaimed at Mass this liturgical year. He has a second part.
- Father Dwight Longenecker has an interesting post in which he considers liturgical time vs. commercial time.
- The Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George have a short post about last weekend's discernment retreat.
- Jonathan Sullivan offers a few catechetical tips for working with introverts (introverts will, no doubt, be pleased that at least one catechist doesn't want to be extroverts).
12 January 2012
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Thanks, Father -- I'm glad you liked the post! (Us introverts have to stick together!)ReplyDelete
You're welcome! Should'nt it be "We introverts"?ReplyDelete