Daily Archives: May 19, 2009

Diaconal Kenosis and Theosis

“By the imposition of the bishop’s hands and the specific prayer of consecration, the deacon receives a particular configuration to Christ, the Head and Shepherd of the Church, who for love of the Father made himself the least and the servant … Continue reading

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St. Cyril of Alexandria and the Body of Christ

Some thoughts on the unity of the Body of Christ, the Church, are given today by St. Cyril of Alexandria.  Good words to ponder when we think of the challenges to Church unity in contemporary society. My translation: “The power … Continue reading

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Notre Dame, one last time

I’d like to direct your attention to a post (Obama and ND – a last gasp) made by Deacon Scott Dodge over at  www.scottdodge.blogspot.com  He succinctly describes the basic issue for this whole affair, and he does so well. Kudos to Deacon Dodge.

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