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Between the Sadness of the Cross and the Joy of Easter DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 26, 2016 The following comes from Fr. Thomas Rosica at Salt and Light: Holy Saturday is a day of grief and mourning, of patient waiting and hoping. With Mary and the disciples, we grieve the death of the most important member of our Christian community. The faith of Mary and the disciples was strongly challenged on that first Holy Saturday as they awaited the resurrection. When the full impact of the death of friends and loved ones fully hits us, it has the potential to stun, dull, ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/03/between-sadness-of-cross-and-joy-of.html
What Would Our Ancestors Think of Us? CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 16, 2016 ... over at a lookout, where they listen to music and engage in what's called "necking." It never goes beyond that, because most of them are pretty good kids and understand that bearing children is for marriage, and so is the child-making thing. That understanding allows them to be there in the first place. Innocence—even such compromised and sometimes failing innocence as we possess in a healthy culture—makes for freedom. You will have to tell the audience that there is no necking ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/ob-FdE-lmHQ/what-would-our-ancestors-think-of-us