Category Archives: Roadkill

  1. Notes from Thus-Far

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    June 16, 2014 by lucieromarin

    So, I’m about a year and six months into blogging about conservative Catholic recovery from burnout, and disappointment in vocation …
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  2. The Apostolate of Being Normal

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    May 24, 2014 by lucieromarin

    If you’ve spent any time in the conservative loop, you’ll know that most people have at least one apostolate in …
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  3. A Spirituality of Burnout

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    May 10, 2014 by lucieromarin

    Is there a spirituality of burnout? After much wondering, I realised that part of the reason I couldn’t answer the …
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  4. Why I Didn’t Apostasise

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    May 6, 2014 by lucieromarin

    I’ve lost count of the number of times people have said things like, “How can someone as intelligent as you …
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  5. Don’t Try to Look Young!

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    April 29, 2014 by lucieromarin

    It is true that women in their thirties or forties do not look like women in their twenties or teens. …
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  6. Rhapsody Rhapsody

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    April 24, 2014 by lucieromarin

    Roadkill of the world! I’ve written elsewhere about the bizarre habit of telling single people that they ought not to …
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  7. Stuck in Time

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    April 1, 2014 by lucieromarin

    One of the clearest signs (to me) that man was meant for eternity is that we handle time so badly. …
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  8. “We Have to Remain Faithful”

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    March 15, 2014 by lucieromarin

    You’ll hear this from the pulpit, sometimes: “When scandal occurs or others fall, we have to remain faithful,” or, “Even …
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  9. After the Occupation

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    March 6, 2014 by lucieromarin

    It’s all very well for me to write, “Let him recede,” as a means of recovering from a broken friendship …
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  10. Septuagesima…

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    February 17, 2014 by lucieromarin

    I’ve always liked Septuagesima Sunday, because ‘Septuagesima’ is long and sounds impressive, and, when I encountered it in a novel …
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