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Mark Shea: The Strange Need for Ash Wednesday

One of the paradoxes of life in liturgical Churches is the odd popularity of Ash Wednesday.  People who resent the very idea of Holy...

Mark Shea: The best man and the least

This is Mark's fourth and final in his series on St John the Baptist for Advent 2018. Click here for Part 1. John the Evangelist’s...

Mark Shea: A Sonnet for Christmas

'A Sonnet for Christmas', a new poem written by regular contributor Mark Shea for The Catholic Weekly.

Mark Shea: John the Baptiser

This is Part 2 of Mark's series for Advent of St John the Baptist. Click here for Part 1. John the Baptist baptised. That is...

Mark Shea: Of Forerunners and Foreshadows

This is part 1 of Mark's series for Advent on St John the Baptist The season of Advent is bound up with the figure of...

Thanksgiving and the Puritan Paradox

On November 22, we Yanks will be celebrating Thanksgiving. It’s not quite an exclusively American feast. Our Canadian neighbours celebrate it too, but in...

Mark Shea: Real Prudence and Disagreement with Clergy and Bishops –...

Last time, in this space, I talked about the idea of docility to the Church’s teaching, dogmatic or not.  The basic point was simply...
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