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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

A Meme

Pastor Weedon tagged me.

The rules are:

Pick up the nearest book of 123 pages or more. (No cheating!)
Find Page 123.
Find the first 5 sentences.
Post the next 3 sentences.
Tag 5 people.

The nearest book: The Motherhood of the Church by Henri de Lubac.

Page 123 has only 2 full sentences so after moving to the next page and reading through sentences 3-5, here, for the posting, are sentences 6-8 (pages 124-5):

"Just like juridicial organization, theological reflection is always only subsequent to the unfailing instinct that guides the tradition of the Church, and makes her discern, with eyes fixed on Jesus, what best agrees with the spirit of the New Covenant. But even if theological reflection invents nothing, it can bring to light and justify some of the motivations behind the practice. Another of our contemporaries, Heinrich Schlier, who is not only an exegete of the first order, but also a profound Christian thinker, comes to the same conclusion by a slightly different route: 'The controversy about ministry in the Church has not ceased, and it can no longer be said that its end is in sight . . .'"

5 people tagged:
Pr. Asburry, Pr. Beane, Fr. Chadius, Rev. Harju, Dcn. Muehlenbruch

(There are many others to tag, but these are the rules.)

2 comments:

Randy Asburry said...

Sorry, Tim, but I've already been tagged - by Pr. Christopher Hall - as you can see here: http://rasburrysres.blogspot.com/2008/01/meme.html .

I'll leave it up to you and the all-wise, all-powerful judges of blogosphere fun stuff rules if my answering Pr. Hall's tag can also count as answering your tag! :-)

Fr. Timothy D. May, S.S.P. said...

Thanks for passing on the link to your answer to Pr. Hall. Now we have a link to St. Augustine.

This may be what is called "cross-tagging". We will see what the "A Meme" folks say. :-)