Posts with the tag “life-with-christ”
Letters to Peregrinus #62 - On Insurrection
by Rick Ganz on January 13th, 2022
Dear Peregrinus: I got to thinking how we, in the Catholic liturgical calendar, have as of last Sunday, January 9th, entered “Ordinary Time”. And the feast day that marks its commencement is that of the Baptism, by John, of Jesus in the Jordan River... Surely for Jesus Himself, and certainly for John the Baptist, there was nothing ordinary about that day...
Letters to Peregrinus #47 - On "Vere Latitat"
by Rick Ganz on February 19th, 2020
Dear Peregrinus: You asked me recently to explain why I esteemed the movie Frozen. What caught my attention was how Princess Elsa, born with a magnificent power, a gift for beauty, was compelled by her own parents to hide it, to cover it, and who ordered her to keep news of it from the one person who loved her most steadfastly – her sister Princess Anna ...
Letters to Peregrinus #23 - On Five Rules for a Madding Crowd
by Rick Ganz on February 9th, 2017
Dear Peregrinus: In a text by Romano Guardini (1885-1986) I found this: “The animal does not err in matters concerned with the conduct of its life. If it does, it is sick and it perishes. But a person can err, and so he or she is confronted with the task of learning.” You wrote to me about the inner tumult you have felt roiling your peace before, during, and after the national election ...
Letters to Peregrinus #5 - On the Testing of a Married RelationshipLetters to Peregrinus #6 - About Books on Witchcraft in the LibraryLetters to Peregrinus #7 - On a Puzzling Word in a Famous PrayerLetters to Peregrinus #8 - On Questions Asked by a Fifteen-Year OldLetters to Peregrinus #9 – On Receiving a grace Profoundly