Daily Archives: 17 September 2018

GeE 170: A Supernatural Gift

Today, let’s look a bit more deeply into a supernatural gift: 170. Certainly, spiritual discernment does not exclude existential, psychological, sociological or moral insights drawn from the human sciences. At the same time, it transcends them. Use reason, but don’t … Continue reading

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Aparecida 551: A Continental Mission

We’ve heard this theme, the notion that some efforts of faith, especially that of evangelization, must be tackled on a continental scale. 551. This missionary awakening in the form of a Continental Mission, the fundamental lines of which have been … Continue reading

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Papal Popularity

I see conservative outlets are jumping to report Pope Francis’ popularity is slumping among American Catholics. I think it’s predictable. It may also be a good thing. First, if the Holy Father is a real Jesuit, he won’t care about … Continue reading

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