Daily Archives: 10 May 2018

Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Acts 3:1-10

Care for people who are sick and dying has been part of Christianity from the time of Jesus. The Jewish tradition extends centuries into the past from there. In its rites for Pastoral Care, the Catholic church offers no less … Continue reading

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Fashion: Inspiration or Mockery?

I notice a mix of opinions in social media on the Met Gala’s 2018 iteration themed, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” Many of my Catholic facebook friends and their friends seem to inhabit the mockery corner. The National … Continue reading

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GeE 37-38: An Intellect Without God and Without Flesh

Pope Francis describes today’s gnostic as “An intellect without God and without flesh.” 37. Thanks be to God, throughout the history of the Church it has always been clear that a person’s perfection is measured not by the information or … Continue reading

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Aparecida 424: Entrapped

424. We denounce the fact that the drug business has become routine in some of our countries, due to the huge economic interests involved in it. One consequence is the large number of people, most of them children and youth, … Continue reading

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