Monthly Archives: November 2015


“The Spirit… is no redundant third, no hypostatized afterthought, no cooing ‘feminine’ adjunct to an established male household. Rather, experientially speaking, the Spirit is primary, just as Pentecost is primary for the Church; and leaving non-cluttered space for the Spirit … Continue reading

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“Bad citation formatting is a bit like going to a business meeting wearing a shirt with a big ketchup stain on it. It’s not essential for the content of the meeting, but it always help to look as neat as … Continue reading

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“We can be perfect here and now by being exactly as God wishes us to be here and now: perfection is not an aim to be realized in a dim and doubtful future, but it is for this minute” ~Dom … Continue reading

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Curiously finding the book of Philemon to be entirely relevant to my current project. Don’t think about Philemon very much, now I find it’s tying a lot together in one distinct package. The liberation of Philemon comes alongside the liberation … Continue reading

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Spending the morning reading and working through the writings of Anthony of Egypt is like spending the morning with an exercise trainer for the soul. Not easy, a fair bit exhausting and provoking, but pointing towards greater health.  Speaking of … Continue reading

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