I’m waaay behind on planned posts here but I don’t even have time right now for anything too in depth, so this will just be a little update.
I’ve got 25 “drafts” in various stages of development [including a “full post” response to a comment several entries back], Roman’s (from Theology and Justice) counterpoint to “Accept the Mystery…” … Continue reading The Saga Continues
An update last month on my conversion process came as I was making my way through a dark period to what I thought was that well known “light at the end of … Continue reading Difficulty Level: You have read Job, haven’t you?
Work on my next intended post (re: salvation and sacrifice) is continuing but I’ve been distracted–temporally by work and spiritually by trials and obstacles related to my conversion. It’s that … Continue reading The Grand Inquisitor and the Dark Days of the Soul
As an unbaptized convert awaiting a declaration of nullity from the Tribunal for a civil marriage, I am explicitly not called to the table of the Lord. Though I participate … Continue reading The Supper of the Lamb
Over on Godless Cranium’s blog, there’s a post that includes the following tale: When someone asked why Christ had to die for our sins, rather than God just simply forgiving … Continue reading A Lesson On Haphazard Commenting
If our parish church weren’t so obvious or close, I don’t know that we would have made the step towards it.
Well it ain’t exactly a Confessions or Seven Storey Mountain but it is an autobiographical reflection that, rather surprisingly, ends [spoiler alert] in a Catholic Church. Every time I try to figure out how I came … Continue reading Quomodo Veni Huc
Delivered on 6 October 2012 There is not time, nor is this the place or occasion, to capture the whole life of Walter LB. All those stories we carry with … Continue reading Eulogy for my Grandfather
The name of this site, dfxc, is from the initials of my (intended) Christian name. Yes, I know I’m well ahead of the game here as I’ve still got far too … Continue reading On the Name