Daily Archives: 23 June 2014

Dies Domini 83: The Soul of Time

Sunday as the soul of time. What do you think about that expression? 83. Understood and lived in this fashion, Sunday in a way becomes the soul of the other days, and in this sense we can recall the insight of … Continue reading

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EG 205: The Vocation of a Politician

Pope Francis, in Evangelii Gaudium prays for capable politicians. Do we need that! 205. I ask God to give us more politicians capable of sincere and effective dialogue aimed at healing the deepest roots – and not simply the appearances – of … Continue reading

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Two Weeks of Worthy Women: Mary Magdalen Bentivoglio

This will be an unusual entry in this series, but a fascinating tale of runaround, and men thinking they know better than women. When we read of conflicts between bishops and women religious, it’s usually because the clerics want the … Continue reading

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