Wednesday, September 19, 2007

A day late, and a perennial


Father John Donoghue is home from the hospital and planning on
celebrating the 7:00 a.m. Mass tomorrow Wednesday
Thank you, Dave

Closing thought from Amerio in Iota Unum:

333. Diagnosis and prognosis.

Faith in Providence thus proclaims the possibility that the world might rise and be healed by a metanoia which it cannot initiate but which it is capable of accepting once it is offered. The Church’s task in this critical moment is not to attempt to “read the signs of the times,” because “It is not for you to know the times and seasons” (Acts 1:7); it is rather to read the signs of the eternal will, that are there to be read in every age, and stand steadfast before the face of every generation that passes with the centuries.

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