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Daily Archives: 19 March 2021
My pastor preached a bit on Pope Francis’ apostolic letter Patris Corde at Mass this morning. I went to the document a bit later today and found this morsel suggesting how apt it is for us to turn to Joseph in … Continue reading
Grateful for a new friend‘s advice on dodging the heinous “upgrade” to wordpress. Master control had taken over the admin pages a few days ago. I had been dodging the new block editor by insisting on classic editor post by … Continue reading
Some of the following paragraph will surely convict some Americans of working against the value of human dignity. Even the adjective “inalienable” is germane here. No person can truly be turned into an alien. The worth of a person is … Continue reading