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Bees and Liturgy

Bees are back in Catholic Liturgy, on the most important celebration of all, the Easter exsultet. This is from an article from New Liturgical Movement. I have posted on Easter and bees here, and here. Soon I will post on Pope Pius XII message to beekeepers, though if you want a sneak peak see the full NLM article here. Below the […]

American Identity and Environmentalism

Catherine Albanese published an interesting book many years ago, “Nature Religion in America”, where she shows the relationship of the religious status of nature in the American context. She has some provocative and insightful quotes like the ones below, that make the case of how distinctively Americans view nature: “Americans learned to understand the sublimity […]

The Narrow Way: A Catholic diet

Here is a great article about the relationship of wight loss and the spiritual life. Tom Collingwood, mentioned before, has drawn the connections between the health of one’s body, the health of the environment and the Christian life in his book: Becoming a Creation Steward. This article from CNA explains a Catholic diet developed to […]

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