«The only thing secular is sin.»
– Robert Hugh Benson
✙ Current Series: Kerygma
- I think you have questions
- Why the SNAFU?
- Departing Tao
- Kerigmatic Checkin
- Kerygmarsch auf die Feldherrnhalle
Doxos is the blog of a Roman Catholic Christian working out his salvation in San Francisco, The California Republic.
This blog contains a good number of things, sometimes religious, sometimes not. Please remember me in your prayers.
Seduxisti me Domine et seductus sum.
I who have written this story, or rather this fable, give no credence to the various incidents related in it. For some things in it are the deceptions of demons, other poetic figments; some are probable, others improbable; while still others are intended for the delectation of foolish men.
(Closing lines of the Táin Bó Cúalnge)
✙ Less Recent
Category Archives: 4Lent
✙ JMJ The Readings for Saturday in the 4th Week of Lent (B2) The Commemoration of St Patrick, Apostle to Ireland. Jeremiah 11:18-20 John 7:40-53 Numquid et tu Galilaeus es?Art thou also a Galilean?An Anglican clergyman once told me that … Continue reading
✙ JMJ The Readings for Friday in the 4th Week of Lent (B2) Wisdom 2:1A, 12-22 John 7:1-2, 10, 25-30 Factus est nobis in traductionem cogitationum nostrarum. Gravis est nobis etiam ad videndum, quoniam dissimilis est aliis vita illius, et … Continue reading
✙ JMJ The Readings for Thursday in the 4th Week of Lent (B2) Exodus 32:7-14 John 5:31-47 Locutus est autem Dominus ad Moysen, dicens : Vade, descende : peccavit populus tuus, quem eduxisti de terra Aegypti.And the Lord spoke to … Continue reading
✙ JMJ The Readings for Wednesday in the 4th Week of Lent (B2) Isaiah 49:8-15 John 5:17-30 Dedi te in foedus populi, ut suscitares terram, et possideres haereditates dissipatas; ut diceres his qui vincti sunt : Exite; et his qui in … Continue reading
✙ JMJ The Readings for Tuesday in the 4th Week of Lent (B2) Ezekiel 47:1-9, 12 John 5:1-16 Certe vidisti, fili hominis?Have you seen this, Son of Man? הֲרָאִ֣יתָ בֶן־אָדָ֑ם Son of Man in the Latin and English. In Hebrew … Continue reading