Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Jewish Heart of Christian Faith

Guest blogger Ellen Murphy…. I am It’s that uneasy pause I’ve not yet figured out how to navigate, the one in between a well intentioned person either asking if it was difficult to leave my Jewish faith behind when I … Continue reading

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Faith and Motherhood

Guest blogger David Busch… Have you ever seen one of those clips of a mother dog or cat carrying her puppies or kittens out of a burning building?  The mother is burned up and half dead, but she returns to … Continue reading

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Vatican II’s Bible revolution, unrevolved

One of the disappointments of the post-Vatican II period has been the glacial pace of the growth in Catholic biblical literacy the Council hoped to inspire.  Why the slow-down? Several reasons suggest themselves.  Read more…

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