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Daily Archives: 25 September 2015
“What must we do?” Think about the possible verb substitutions for must: could, should, would. When the Lord addressed his disciples he didn’t use auxiliary verbs. He related a future–not quite a parable. Call it science fiction, or whatever, but recognize … Continue reading
I remember that British politician who stepped down from Parliament after an Ignatian retreat. Did John Boehner have a similar moment? Pope Francis did speak of the fractiousness of politics yesterday. Mr Boehner had a good enough seat to look … Continue reading
The encyclical letter Laudato Si is available here on the Vatican website. Pope Francis moves beyond the use of science and technology as advancing practical benefit. One might think the artistic sensibility of St John Paul II would have inspired … Continue reading