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#WordoftheDay - Magnanimity #WeLoveWords

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Today’s word is:




The fact or condition of being magnanimous; generosity.


A Dangerous, but Necessary Thing

St. Peter Nolasco

“Praying for Humility” on Those Catholic Men, helps us understand the virtue of humility by using the teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas, Raphael Cardinal Merry del Val’s Litany of Humility, and a prayer for humility formulated from Scripture. 58 more words


What is true generosity?

Giving advice to others, although with a good intent, might not always be the right thing to do because even if we mean good to someone, it is ‘ 143 more words


Magnanimity is the Shakespearean Word of the Day (12/16/14)

Magnanimity (n.)

Magnanimity means greatness of spirit, nobleness of heart. Magnanimity is cited in William Shakespeare’s play Henry VI Part 3 (3H6 V.iv.41). The prince says to everyone, about the effect of the Queen’s words on a coward: “Infusion his breast with magnanimity” 11 more words


Respect others by counting the blessings

Respect is love in plain clothes– Frankie Byrne

 When others respect you, it is not because you possess some virtues. It is because of their generosity, their greatness.

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Christian Spirituality

Can you be gracious?

Magnanimity, graciousness, you must have come across these concepts. We see these on the big screen, in films, mostly in a romanticised sense. The hero in the fairy tale, who is always magnanimous and gracious. 579 more words