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Our hidden faults…

The great misfortune is that the justice of men always comes too late. It represses or stigmatizes certain acts, without ever tracing these either higher or farther back than the person who has committed them. But our hidden faults poison … Continue reading

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Doctrines and Mysteries: Dante’s Paradiso Canto XIX

  Dante may have said to himself, “If ever I have an opportunity I’m going to ask about the justice of damning those pagans who have never had chance to know about salvation.”

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Dialogue…

“When you deny the opportunity for people to refer to an objective truth, dialogue is rendered impossible and violence, whether declared or hidden, becomes the rule of law of human relationships. Without openness to the transcendent, which allows us to … Continue reading

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