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Freedom

Some thoughts to keep in mind as we prepare to celebrate the 241st anniversary of the birth of the United States of America this July 4th…   Premodern philosophers viewed freedom as a prerequisite of human virtue. … Freedom is … Continue reading

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More on the Epistemology of Faith . . .

During his 40 days in the desert, Jesus was tempted to do things that would make the truth of his claims and the meaning of his existence irrefutable. He declined. His followers down through the centuries have sometimes tried to … Continue reading

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Freedom exists

Freedom exists, not that one might choose according to his or her passing desires, but that one might move toward the true meaning and mystery of life and, in doing so, make that meaning and mystery uniquely manifest, living it … Continue reading

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A Sunday thought

“Such men as surrender religiously to the Church in its holiness and obey it humbly in its authority share in the Church’s freedom in full measure; for in their life the Divine Spirit lives and works, and where the Spirit … Continue reading

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