Daily Archives: 2 March 2021

Fratelli Tutti 110: Freedom, But For All

Let’s not be deceptive about freedom if some are not free to engage in what others take for granted: 110. Indeed, “to claim economic freedom while real conditions bar many people from actual access to it, and while possibilities for … Continue reading

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My Favorite Patriarch

I cringe when it comes up in the Lectionary every Easter Vigil and every third Lent. I know. I know. God didn’t spare his own Son. Saint Paul reminded us too: He who did not spare his own Son but handed him … Continue reading

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First Books

I have no memory of what must have been my first childhood books. I do remember my mother subscribing to a book club, and I found the Dr Seuss tomes and other volumes a bit too childish for my six- … Continue reading

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