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Something's Fishy With the Hodgepodge LIFE IN A SMALL TOWN - February 22, 2017 ... Jonquils are in full bloom, too. I just wonder if Mother Nature has a big surprise for us next ...http://mary-lifeinasmalltown.blogspot.com/2017/02/somethings-fishy-with-hodgepodge.html

Why Treating Everyone Equally Is a Problem CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 22, 2017 ... fundamental dignity. Up to this point, I can well agree with my reader about this basic level of manners. Accidents Change Everything That leads to the second problem—dealing with our accidents. Things get complicated when you start to consider that humans are unequal in their accidents. People are vastly different when we look at their virtue, talent, beauty, strength, family, tradition, and so many other defining characteristics. These inequalities of talents, abilities, and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/nim6hJK_wAo/treating-everyone-equally-problem

"Resistance" in the Curia and the Risk of "Functionalism" Vatican Insider A FRIAR'S LIFE - December 22, 2016 ... VATICAN CITY In his speech to the Roman Curia on the morning of Thursday 22nd , it is important to note the passages in which the Pope states that the purpose of the Curia "is to collaborate in the Successor of Peter's ministry", supporting him "in the exercise of his unique, ordinary, full, supreme, immediate and universal authority". The Pope documents his statement with a substantial number of footnotes. From St Gregory the Great to the First Vatican Council's "Pastor ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2016/12/resistance-in-curia-and-risk-of.html

For Bartholomew, Religions Play a Fundamental Role in Creating Communion Between Peoples CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 8, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/for-bartholomew-religions-play_9.html

The Providence College Mob Comes for Anthony Esolen CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 2, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Dy6yjykM6d0/providence-college-mob-comes-anthony-esolen

The Pope May Have a Hard Time Distinguishing Friends From Enemies When He Visits Ireland (Comment) CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 2, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-pope-may-have-hard-time.html

A Seventeenth-Century Trump? CRISIS MAGAZINE - November 30, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Vz_2SblAAAY/seventeenth-century-trump

Pope Says Normative System to Protect Nature Is "Essential" CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 28, 2016 ... camouflaged by righteous claims, that inflict ever greater harm on the environment and the moral and cultural richness of peoples". "Never before – he continued - has there been such a clear need for science to be at the service of a new global ecological equilibrium. At the same time we are seeing a renewed partnership between the scientific and Christian communities, who are witnessing the convergence of their distinct approaches to reality in the shared goal of protecting our common ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/pope-says-normative-system-to-protect.html

Pope Tells Bishops to Have Compassion on Those With Failed Marriages CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 20, 2016 ... Vito Pinto, as well as the other speakers, who included Cardinal Christoph Schonborn of Vienna, for their "competent legal, theological, and pastoral contribution." Pope Francis closed his speech by encouraging the bishops to return to their dioceses "enriched with notions and useful tips in order to perform your ministry more effectively, especially regarding the new marriage process." This process, he said, is "an important help" in terms of to growing their flocks in ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/pope-tells-bishops-to-have-compassion.html

Swindal on Neo-Scholastic Essays EDWARD FESER - November 4, 2016 ... is the content of what is good for us, and, specifically, how central are relationships with others constitutive of what is good for us? The considerations Prof. Swindal raises are, it seems to me, relevant to 2 rather than to 1. But it is 1 rather than 2 that I was addressing in the passage he is commenting on. Part of my essay "Being, the Good, and the Guise of the Good" is devoted to responding to David Velleman's influential objection to the Thomist view that all action aims at the good. ...http://edwardfeser.blogspot.com/2016/11/swindal-on-neo-scholastic-essays.html