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The Road Not (Yet) Taken

February 19, 2017

With gratitude to Robert Frost, on whose brilliant (and often misunderstood) poem this is based. This is dedicated to any and all Republicans who choose in the coming weeks and months to stand against the dismantling of government, society, and truth. 149 more words


SONG PREMIERE: Virtues - "I Fell"

Singaporean melodic hardcore band Virtues has premiered their new song recently. You can check out the stream for their song “I Fell” below.

Prudence - week 7

This year, I will reflect on the four cardinal virtues through daily practice and meditation, intentionally focusing on one per season. I started the year with prudence – or the rational capacity to distinguish good from evil. 781 more words

Thoughts for February 18 from Fr Willie Doyle

I saw many interesting places and things during my weeks of travel. But over all hung a big cloud of sadness, for I realised as I never did before how utterly the world has forgotten Jesus except to hate and outrage Him, the fearful, heart-rending amount of sin visible on all sides, and the vast work for souls that lies before us priests.

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Thoughts for February 16 from Fr Willie Doyle

We should call a man a fool who wasted his wealth warming himself before a fire made of banknotes. Do we act less madly in seeking gratification by consuming our precious day in frivolities?

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A Liberation Theology

This idea of Liberation Theology is making the rounds again, so let’s talk about what it is. A lot progressive Christians are getting on this cart this time around. 1,499 more words



Virtues are the intrinsic characteristics which determine the value one has. They are traits which propel one to excellence, they are the moral skeleton which character is built on. 216 more words