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Universal, Inherent Dignity

Bias from the Bottom: Week 1 Universal, Inherent Dignity Thursday, March 24, 2016 Paul offers a theological and solid foundation for human dignity and human flourishing that is inherent, universal, and indestructible by any evaluation, whether it be race, religion, gender, nationality, class, education, or social position. We now believe the reason that this one… Continue Reading Universal, Inherent Dignity

Voluntary Poverty

The Franciscan Path of Descent Voluntary Poverty Monday, June 8, 2015 Francis was born in 1181 in Assisi, Italy. Already, Europe and the Muslim world had endured two crusades. The third crusade began when Francis was a boy, and the fourth when he was twenty-one. In short, the world was obsessed with war, fear, and… Continue Reading Voluntary Poverty

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