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Daily Archives: 5 September 2018
A typically Jesuit theme involves the reality of struggle in the Christian life. Something that requires the soldiery of a saint like Ignatius. Chapter Five will carry us through the themes of spiritual combat, vigilance, and the all-important discernment. 158. … Continue reading
Blogger Rod Dreher takes a break from the Pope Francis Archbishop Viganò to complain about persecution in the age of mercy. I’m generally not in favor of people losing jobs. I’ve lost a few in my history–not a pleasant experience. … Continue reading
A good word for reconciliation: 535. Among our peoples, educating and fostering all deeds, works and paths of reconciliation and agreement in society, cooperation and integration are required. The communion attained in Christ’s reconciling blood gives us the strength to … Continue reading