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Two Wrongs (or, Why We Don't Have to Be Charlie to Oppose Violence) VOX NOVA - January 19, 2015 ... are limits." That's the potentially startling comment in soundbite form, if you will. As always, context matters, although in this case it doesn't necessarily make it less startling to either French or American ears. The context was a question about possible tensions between religious freedom and freedom of expression, which the pope immediately heard – and unpacked – as a reference to recent deadly attack on the office of the Paris-based magazine Charlie Hebdo in revenge for its ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/01/19/two-wrongs-or-why-we-dont-have-to-be-charlie-to-oppose-violence/

University Admissions Stuff You Might Want to Know. AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM - November 16, 2014 ... live. It'd be delusional to state that a degree from The University of Solid Catholicness has a comparable economic splash as one from Ye Olde Ivy League . This is not to say that financial considerations trump all . But you should know what you and your child are facing. In our own situation this has been a point of much deliberation and discussion. Should a solidly Catholic education be paramount to you, fortunately at this moment these are not the most extremely selective ...http://jmgarciaiii.blogspot.com/2014/11/university-admissions-stuff-you-might.html

Peace in Christ and Peace of the World UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - November 13, 2014 In two previous articles we looked at the concept of Catholic unity as symbolized by garments in the Sacred Scriptures ( here ) as well as accusations that frank commentary on problems facing the Church today constitutes the sins of 'discord' and 'contention' ( here) . Today we will examine the question of how the peace that Christ commands us to have is different from worldly peace. This is a very relevant question. Our Lord says plainly in the Beatitudes, "Blessed are ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/11/peace-in-christ-and-peace-of-world.html