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From Addict to Ascetic

One Saturday in 1884, twenty-eight-year-old Matt Talbot stood outside O’Meary’s pub in Dublin, Ireland. He was low on cash. Workers streamed by him, men with whom he had often labored, and he waited for one [...]

By | July 21, 2017|

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Images of Maternal Suffering

Love makes us vulnerable. It roots our happiness in the life of another, bringing us outside of ourselves and placing all our hopes and joys in those whom we love. The bond of love makes [...]

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It’s said that sharks will die if they don’t keep swimming. There’s a strange lesson here for our own age. Joseph Ratzinger (no, I’m not comparing him to that shark) entered Vatican II with great [...]

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“Is he still alive?” “I thought he had passed away.” “Isn’t he dead? I’m sure I said Mass for him.” Questions and comments like these seem quite morbid. Yet they can be somewhat commonplace in [...]

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