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How to be human

Moral Theologians instruct us that there are three main virtues, known as theological virtues. They are Faith, Hope and Caritas. Caritas is one of those specialized Latin words. Sometimes it is translated as Love; at other times Charity. In English, of … Continue reading

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Somehow, they’re different . . .

Although there have been inroads into what is called bullying these days, when you and I were in school, we all knew the kid that was different, who just did not see the world quite in the way that everyone … Continue reading

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Encounters with Jesus…

From the way it is told, Peter and Andrew were just fishing one day, minding their own business. They were busily casting a net into the sea. A stranger appeared. He approached them and simply said, “Follow me.” Immediately, without … Continue reading

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