Daily Archives: 27 August 2021

Pandemic Quote of the Day: Leviticus 13:45-46

Were you paying attention on the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time earlier this year? There was a little bit in Leviticus suggesting partial face covering and social distancing: The garments of one afflicted with a scaly infection shall be rent … Continue reading

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Vatican City @ Olympics, Not Yet

I see Pope Francis recognized the paralympic games began: Yesterday, the Paralympics kicked off in Tokyo. I send my greetings to the athletes and I thank them because they offer everyone a testimony of hope and courage. They, in fact, … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 259: The Impact of Globalization on War

Pope Francis on the danger of world war in a modern world: 259. It should be added that, with increased globalization, what might appear as an immediate or practical solution for one part of the world initiates a chain of … Continue reading

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