Daily Archives: 3 March 2007

Inter Mirifica 10

Those who make use of the media of communications, especially the young, should take steps to accustom themselves to moderation and self-control in their regard. They should, moreover, endeavor to deepen their understanding of what they see, hear or read. … Continue reading

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Inter Mirifica 9

Passive recipients need not apply: All who, of their own free choice, make use of these media of communications as readers, viewers or listeners have special obligations. For a proper choice demands that they fully favor those presentations that are … Continue reading

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Catholic Sensibility in China?

(This is, again, Neil.) Various blogs have already mentioned the Great Firewall of China site, which tests websites to see if they are banned in China. You may wish to know that, yes, Catholic Sensibility is censored in China. (Get Religion has a … Continue reading

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Stephen Hough on Faith and Music

(This is Neil.) Last year, I posted on “Jacques Maritain on Art.” Although I’m the decidedly unartistic contributor to this blog, I was happily able to revisit the topic with the “Credo” column in the Times, written by the acclaimed … Continue reading

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