Liturgy Wolves and Prophets by Jeffrey Miller June 27, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller June 27, 2007 I always enjoy Fr. Philip N. Powell, OP homilies and today’s is no exception. Fr. Powell also podcasts his homilies. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post CMRI nun return to Rome next post Build your own Motu Proprio story You may also like A Day at the Office (of Readings) July 10, 2003 Maybe he should have asked permission for a... February 17, 2009 Saint Golden Mouth July 14, 2004 Liturgical Marketplace February 19, 2005 New Sacred Music Major at Franciscan University January 24, 2007 Movalble altars? October 20, 2006 The Crotalus April 5, 2018 Thousands flock to shrine despite storms and mud April 25, 2006 St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest, Doctor of the Church January 28, 2004 Liturgical common sense and Young Fogeys April 8, 2006 3 comments joanne June 27, 2007 - 10:04 pm Beautiful and informative definition of a prophet. The self-proclaimed prophets, lately, could be defined as anyone who speaks with the sound of authority while undermining the truths we have received from the Church from the beginning! Sadly, some of them HAVE religious authority, and that confuses people. (What’s the feminine pl of ‘wolf’? What’s another word for sheep too dumb to know he/she is growing sharp fangs?) Reply BDT June 27, 2007 - 10:55 pm Finally it’s public! They have been visiting the Spokane seminary for months to meet with some priests and talk about reverting with the bishop and one of the priests. Thankfully they made the right decision. God bless them and the MC’s Reply PNP, OP June 28, 2007 - 9:34 am Jeff, Thanks for the link…I am always pleased to hear that someone out there enjoys my homilies. “Wolves and Prophets” isn’t one of my favs. I have about four different threads going on there and it strikes me as a bit confusing…maybe a few pieces stand out as worthy of consideration but the whole thing is too big to chew in a five minutes homily. Oh well. Thanks again! Fr. Philip, OP P.s. Anyone wanting to purchase a poor, obedient friar a philosophy book can click my Wish List link and send one my way. Used is OK! Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.