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Daily Archives: 7 April 2021
A social media friend unearthed a nugget from twitter from a bit over a year ago. There’s the obvious situation that the government is paying out a fraction of this. (Who knows? Before it’s all over maybe … Continue reading
Pope Benedict weighs in on the issue of “fruitful exchange” between nations. From his 2009 encyclical: 138. Although this has always been true, never has it been more evident than in our own day, when the world is interconnected by … Continue reading