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A Reader Asks: Sharing Newfound Faith With Friends YOUNG AND CATHOLIC - February 28, 2017 I've grown up in a Catholic faith, mass every Sunday and since kindergarten, have been attending a Catholic school. For all of my life, Catholicism can be found all around, whether at school or at home, but for the longest time, I haven't fully welcomed it in my heart. It is currently my eighth grade year, and with a new religion teacher, we are learning a new curriculum, Theology of the Body. I've fell in deep interest with the topic and for the first ...http://youngandcatholic.net/2017/02/a-reader-asks-sharing-newfound-faith-with-friends/
In Partial Praise of Pharisees CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 27, 2017 ... the little matters that matter precisely because this is where love is proved. St. Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, said "Love means deeds, not sweet words." This sentence is innately true to us. What woman would accept the words "I love you" from her lover if there was no evidence of love? We know that "actions speak louder than words" for they reveal the inner character of a man. The reputations of many pleasant and sweet-talking men and women have spoiled as a result of their ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/AQIgfs5Vae0/partial-praise-pharisees
The Truth Is Not Up for Negotiation CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 8, 2017 ... beginning of his Metaphysics , that all men seek the truth. The nature of the intellect is love for the truth. That is why God gave has given us an intellect and will, the one ordered towards the truth and the other towards love as the center of existence of all being, of God himself in his nature. For us God is the origin and the end of our existence, and for this reason it is necessary to know what God has revealed: it is the most important thing for a human creature—to know from where ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-truth-is-not-up-for-negotiation.html