Monthly Archives: September 2012

On the Enthronement of the Sacred Heart

    Recently, Alisa left a comment, saying that she is going to have the Enthronment of the Sacred Heart in her home. I have to say, I’m so thrilled. It is such a wonderful thing to make the Sacred Heart head of the household. So, what is the Enthronment? Simply put, it is a […]

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Adoration of the Precious Blood

    When I gaze upon this image, I see so much. Hidden behind the image, I see our Lord Jesus Christ upon the Cross, arms stretched wide, presenting us His Heart, loving. Loving, forgiving, in the midst of His agony. His heart, like the sun, beaming, warming, as Its rays touch each and every […]

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On J.R.R. Tolkien and the Magic of Frequent Communion

    One of the most gratifying things about this website lies in some of the comments I receive. After my last post here about Holy Communion, where I spoke of frequent Communion, I was very moved indeed to receive the following from Matthew: I know exactly what you mean Roger. After Mass I have […]

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On the Personal Experience of the Catholic Sacraments

On the personal experience of the Catholic Sacraments … for with quiet, interior attention, they can be experienced.

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The Church as Living Organism, the Church as Mystery …

    Recently I stammered here a little about the nature of the Church as a Living Organism. And I tried to draw a distinction between the Protestant emphasis on sermons and the Miracle of the Seven Sacraments: The Protestant sermon imparts beliefs. It teaches. Often very good and beautiful things. But the Organism does something else. […]

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Stammering about Hilaire Belloc and the Modern World

Stammering about Hilaire Belloc and the Modern World

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