March 9, 2017

Love is both tolerant and intolerant

To love is to will the good of the other as other. It is to break out of the black hole of one’s own self-regard and truly desire what is best for another.
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U.S. Catholic, Lutheran bishops mark 500th anniversary of Reformation

Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski and Bishop Denis J. Madden joined other faith leaders for the commemoration.
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Monsignor Armstrong, beloved rector of Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, dies at 81

“The church asked him to become a father to the people of God and he did that extraordinarily well,” Father Seitz said.
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Happiness isn’t everything (Part Two)

The other day I wrote a piece on happiness, on how transient and subjective it is, and how it therefore makes a poor measure for determining the worth of a thing. (In that case, I was mostly referring to the ‘thing’ of reproductive technologies – efforts that aim to
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More prayer, outreach to youth could help priest shortage, pope says

Shortages of priests and rumors about possible female deacons were among the highlights of Pope Francis’ exclusive interview with Germany’s Die Zeit magazine.
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