Tag: meditations


Was Judas at Jesus’ Right Hand at The Last Supper?

Over on Mark Shea’s blog, there’s been a lively, ahem, “discussion,” on how graphic (particularly, how scatological, more or less) Christ can be depicted devoutly. On the one hand, it seems blasphemous (or at least in extremely ill-taste) to talk about Jesus’ bodily functions. But on the other hand, it was St. Augustine who said […]

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Retreat Notes, pt. 4

Properly understood, the Christian world is one of extreme hierarchy, albeit in an unusual way. Christ, God Himself, comes to Earth and model complete obedience to His Father. The Good Shepherd, willing to lay down His life for the sheep, is also the Paschal Lamb of God. All of us, likewise, are called to be […]

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