«The only thing secular is sin.»
– Robert Hugh Benson
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Doxos is the blog of a Roman Catholic Christian working out his salvation in San Francisco, The California Republic.
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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)
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✙ JMJ The Readings for the Memorial of Francis of AssisiThursday in the 26th Week of Ordinary Time (B2) Job 19:21-27 Luke 10:1-12 Ite : ecce ego mitto vos sicut agnos inter lupos. Nolite portare sacculum, neque peram, neque calceamenta. … Continue reading
✙ JMJ The Readings for Thursday 2 Advent (Year 2): Isaiah 41:13-20 Matthew 11:11-15 Memorial of Saint John of the Cross, Priest and Doctor of the Church Egeni et pauperes quærunt aquas, et non sunt; lingua eorum siti aruit. Ego … Continue reading
Preparing to celebrate the Resurrection of Christ on Saturday Night, gathered in one room, not knowing it about each other, were: A Fraternity Brother whom I’ve known for 30 years. A Coworker whom I hadn’t met yet. A Goddaughter from … Continue reading
Today’s Readings: Isaiah 8:23-9:3 Psalms 27:1-14 (Responsorial) 1 Corinthians 1:10-13, 17 Matthew 4:12-23 In the Douay, the RSV, or the NABRE with other Mass texts. The Lord is my light and my deliverance; whom have I to fear? The Lord … Continue reading
Today’s readings: Hebrews 2:5-12 Mark 1:21-28 In the Douay, the RSV, or the NABRE with other Mass texts. All were full of astonishment; What can this be? they asked one another. What is this new teaching? See how he has … Continue reading
The Latin Phrase which was employed as the title of this article is translated as “Custody of the Eyes”. It’s a quaint, perhaps Victorian-sounding, phrase to which I was introduced by a Priest in NYC who had once been an … Continue reading