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Daily Archives: 27 September 2021
I read a brief check-up on Cardinal George Pell on the Crux website. Speaking for myself, I knew little of the man when he was appointed to the Vox Clara bureaucracy in 2002 or 3. He was part of that … Continue reading
This post, the second of three themes in “The Beauty of Creation.” Human beings are creations of God, and so we are part of the firmament of the universe, of the goodness of divine creation. Because of the free choice … Continue reading
Still, people are Longing for Reconciliation 3. Nevertheless, that same inquiring gaze, if it is discerning enough, detects in the very midst of division an unmistakable desire among people of good will and true Christians to mend the divisions, to heal … Continue reading