Daily Archives: 31 July 2019

The Nine Sins of Job 31

In his final monologue (chapters 29-31), Job presents something of a legal case before God. In the last third of his speech, he marks off nine grave sins he has avoided. But these are illustrative of some of the problems … Continue reading

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On the website Jesuits in Britain, I noticed this remarkable painting of today’s saint. He looks up from his well-worn handbook, inviting his viewer and companion to something deeper. Going back to my experiences of the Spiritual Exercises, and the … Continue reading

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Christus Vivit 98: Variations Of Abuse

98. ÔÇťAbuse exists in various forms: the abuse of power, the abuse of conscience, sexual and financial abuse. These are the big four, and we’ve seen each of them in play in the US. Clearly, the ways of exercising authority … Continue reading

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