Those of us who faithfully used Pius Parch's Year of Grace during our pre-Vatican II seminary days don't have to be reminded that Christ the King ". . . is the most recent feast in honor of the Lord." The learned liturgist made certain his readers understood that "the... more
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One of the reasons Scripture scholars prefer to talk about "the Scriptures" and avoid using the term "the Bible' revolves around their realization that our sacred writings are actually a library, not a book.
I can't think of a Scripture passage more misunderstood than today's gospel pericope. Even those who chose our first reading probably did so because they misinterpreted our third reading.
I presume each of us has... more
Carroll Stuhlmueller once mentioned in class that prophets rarely say anything new. Their oracles revolve around ideas, beliefs and divine commands that have been present in a specific religion for centuries. The prophet simply rearranges the "spiritual geography." He... more