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The Spirit and Personality of What We Wear

HOW we dress speaks of who we are, our personality, and even our profession.

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, for instance, would never sport an Issey Miyake black turtleneck, the kind that gave Steve Jobs that quintessential look of a relaxed yet stylish tech geek and entrepreneur rolled into one. 671 more words

Student Essays

Photos of the Vatican...

Here are the photos that Zack took inside the Vatican when they were all living there. I have recently discovered the joy of Google Image Search (thankyou Catfish Producers) and found out that four of the photos that he sent were taken by someone else ( 75 more words

Cyber Soulmate

Catholic Daily Message for the Feast of Saint Anthony Pavoni (19 April 2016)

Today is the second anniversary of the election of our Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, to the supreme pontificate. Let us keep him in our prayers, that God will bless him with sanctity, wisdom, courage, and stamina to continue this greatest of all ministries in the Church and the world. 378 more words

Daily Messages

Amoris Lætitia & Accompaniment

This article was first published at the website of the Catholic Herald on 12 April 2016:

The language of accompaniment is nothing new to the post-synodal apostolic exhortation… 800 more words

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Top Things Wrong with America's Top 5

America Magazine, that is. Fr. James Martin, SJ, (because what other order would put out this level of hooey?) has spoken.  Not surprisingly, he has produced an odd little video starring the editors of America.   3,231 more words

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The Burden of Being Right

“He that increases knowledge, increases sorrow.” Solomon was perhaps his wisest at this moment. It is a human struggle to wrestle with the unknown and often that struggle leads to our undoing. 594 more words

Theology

Why Are 2 Different Popes Telling Us to Read "Lord of the World"?

It’s a somewhat obscure apocalyptic novel, much overlooked since its publication in 1907, and yet it comes with a recommendation that just about any best-selling author would covet: the spiritual leader of the whole world says it’s a good read. 748 more words

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