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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
Sirach 38 leads off with praise for the doctor and his craft/service/art. Perhaps modern science was still centuries off, but the healing profession was certainly valued in ancient times. The appeal to God from anti-vaxxers rings very very false to … Continue reading
Let Saint Paul tell it: Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves, each looking out not for (their) own interests, but also everyone for those of others. (NABRE) So, … Continue reading