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The Wisdom of Slow

Apparently I have a thing for misunderstood creatures.

Whereas in popular culture “weasel” has become synonymous with dishonesty and is seen as almost without virtue, I actually like them. 1,942 more words


Thoughts for September 22 from Fr Willie Doyle

You know well that even the smallest cross and happening of your life is part of our Blessed Lord’s plan for your sanctification. It is not easy, I know, to look at things in this light.

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Lessons for a New Week

Benjamin Franklin was known for many things.  He wore numerous hats – he was a printer, scientist, philosopher, and statesman, amongst others.  Early in his life when he was still finding his way in the world he set upon a moral perfection project, aiming to achieve the highest level of moral perfection.   220 more words


Virtues: Piety

From the DP manual:

Correct observance of ritual and social traditions, the maintenance of the agreements (both personal and societal) we humans have with the Gods and Spirits.

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CurbApp turns alleys into art galleries

Robert Mangelsdorf
Westender | Arts
September 17, 2014

A trio of Vancouverites are hoping to turn the city’s alleyways into art galleries and make street art accessible to masses thanks to a new mobile app they’ve developed. 501 more words


Beatitudes - Host: Fr. Andrew Apostoli (audio)

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10 Scripture Applied

Reflecting on Unclear News

As the TV comes to life

And as the newspapers enter my sight,

I sense a fog spreading out

From the unclear headlines that I can’t seem to count. 284 more words