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Daily Archives: 4 April 2018
A facebook friend posted on this coming Sunday: … sometimes I feel liturgically bitter that Divine Mercy Sunday has kind of overrun the Second Sunday of Easter. I understand that the Gospel is about mercy, but the focus on Divine … Continue reading
385. Mercy will always be necessary, but it must not contribute to creating vicious circles that help maintain an evil economic system. Works of mercy must go hand in hand with the pursuit of true social justice, raising the living … Continue reading