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Daily Archives: 16 August 2021
An American cardinal progresses from pandemic denial to ventilator care. Not a happy thing, even in taking notice of it. I suppose we are at the stage where some good may come of it, aside from his hopeful recovery. Some … Continue reading
The experience of the atomic end of WW2 is certainly with Jesuits, as this testimony shows. Father Arrupe described 6 August 1945 an experience outside of history, and one for his memory. I wonder how much this memory of his … Continue reading
Preach it, Little Flower: Receive Communion often, very often. There you have the sole remedy, if you want to be cured. Jesus has not put this attraction in your heart for nothing.