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What Will 'Religious Liberty' Mean in a Post-Hobby Lobby Context?

Balancing the goods of religious liberty and equality under the law is a centuries-old process in the U.S., but it has entered a new phase after the Supreme Court’s  1,064 more words

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Day 17

Day 17/100

Today I found joy in reading the book, “I believe in Love”. There was a quote from Mary, Mother of God, and something she had said during the Visitation really stood out to me. 51 more words

Regaining Life

Upon returning to “normal”, I am faced with a new dilemma. What is “normal”?

My prior sick self had its definition…..its idea of what normal should be. 99 more words

Thanks be to God for... Russia: a historical meditation

The Feast of Saint Peter Chrysologus

Russia has been in the news a lot lately, more so than in any time in the last two decades, and it caused me to think about the checkered history of that vast land.   788 more words

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Maria Divine Mercy: My brother has gone missing, not geographically but mentally

We are happy to publish the testimony of a family member about the loss of affection and connection with their loved one… It is also the loss of relationship and engagement… Send us your story too…. 353 more words

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If I Were Not A Catholic - by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

Sounds familiar…

“If I were not a Catholic, and were looking for the true Church in the world today, I would look for the one Church which did not get along well with the world; in other words, I would look for the Church which the world hated.

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Lust According to the Theology of the Body

Adultery, to which the aforesaid commandment refers, means a breach of the unity by means of which man and woman, only as husband and wife, can unite so closely as to be “one flesh” (Gn 2:24). 346 more words

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