Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

At all levels of society, we are aware of a great need for leadership that models love for righteousness (Wisdom 1:1) as well as the virtues of justice, prudence, courage, and temperance. Our commitment as people of faith to imitate Christ’s love and compassion should challenge us to serve as models of civil dialogue, especially…

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Pious Irrelevancies and Sanctimonious Trivialities

Pious Irrelevancies and Sanctimonious Trivialities The thing about revolutions is that they never seem to happen at convenient times. This is because revolutions seek to change the way things are, and those who benefit from the way things are seek continuity. They also control the apparatus of power: both physical power and the power to…

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To My Fellow Patriots

“What unites us, is much greater than what divides us.” – Pope John XIII To My Fellow Patriots Whether you are a Democrat or Republican, Progressive or Centrist or Conservative, love Trump or hate Trump or don’t care about Trump one way or the other, male or female or something else, whether you are Catholic…

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