Becoming More Human This Lent

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“You weren’t created for this world- so for the next forty days, live like it.” This Sunday, the first reading might surprise us. It’s Lent, so we might expect to hear about fasting or penance. Perhaps we expect the first reading to be about sacrifice or suffering. Instead, we start at the beginning. We’re back… Continue reading Becoming More Human This Lent

Daily Catholic Quote from Henri de Lubac, SJ

Henri de Lubac, SJ

“So, in the matter of God, whatever certain people may be tempted to think, it is never the proof which is lacking. What is lacking is taste for God. The most distressing diagnosis that can be made of the present age, and the most alarming, is that to all appearances at least it has lost… Continue reading Daily Catholic Quote from Henri de Lubac, SJ

Choice and the Alienated Ego

Toronto’s Globe & Mail (July 19, 2008) featured a sociological look into women who had abortions.  Titled “The Hidden Abortion Issue,” it explored why, though abortion has been unrestricted in Canada for two decades, so few women who have undergone abortion ever talk about it, even with close friends.  Journalist Cate Cochran does not provide… Continue reading Choice and the Alienated Ego