Daily Archives: January 3, 2011

Odometer Reading

This blog is approaching  a quarter million visits. I am so please that over that past couple of years you have found something of interest here. Never be afraid of leaving a comment to a post. All comments are moderated, but … Continue reading

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St. Peter Chrysologus and the Epiphanies of the Lord

Today’s Office of Readings includes a writing from St. Peter Chrysologus on the relationship between the Incarnation, the Epiphany, the Baptism of the Lord,  the wedding feast at Cana, and the Eucharist. All of these events in our Lord’s life … Continue reading

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Quote for the Day

“The Son of God was nobler than we, and he made himself poor in this world for our sake.” — St. Francis of Assisi

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