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The Will of God

Two Halves of Life: Week 2 The Will of God Monday, June 20, 2016 In the first half of life we usually internalize the voices of parents and teachers that very understandably emphasize obedience to authority. Spiritual directors and confessors know that those internal voices are often mistaken for the voices of God for the… Continue Reading The Will of God

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

Mercy before Judgment

Grace: Week 1 Mercy before Judgment Sunday, January 24, 2016 When Pope Francis threw open the Door of Mercy in Rome signifying the start of the “Year of Mercy” on December 8, 2015, he said, “How much wrong we do to God and his grace when we speak of sins being punished by his judgment… Continue Reading Mercy before Judgment

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