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Loyola University of Chicago!

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Hard to run a blog when giving up social media for Lent….but hope everyone had a blessed Easter season. He truly has Risen.

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Retweeted Pope Francis (@Pontifex):

Christ is risen! Alleluia!

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Retweeted Greg Burke (@GregBurkeRome):

#PopeFrancis: Good News not just words but being close to those crushed by life’s troubles

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Happy Easter…He is Risen!

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“Without God there is no virtue because there is no prompting of the conscience…without God there is a coarsening of the society; without God democracy will not and cannot long endure…If we ever forget that we are One Nation Under God, then we will be a Nation gone under.”………….”Government should uphold–and not undermine–those institutions which are custodians of the very values upon which..

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Lent Day 3 – Polishing the Diamonds

There is a regrettable interpretation of the cross that has, unfortunately, infected the minds of many Christians. This is the view that the bloody sacrifice of the Son on the cross was “satisfying” to the Father, and appeasement of a God infinitely angry at sinful humanity. In this reading, the crucified Jesus is like a child hurled into the fiery mouth of a pagan..

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Lent Day 2 – No Way Up But Down

Something I have noticed over the years is that the holiest people in our tradition are those who are most aware of their sinfulness. Whether it is Paul, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Teresa of Avila, Thérèse of Lisieux, or Mother Teresa, the saints are those who are convinced of their inadequacy.

When Isaiah encounters the Lord he says, “I am a man of unclean lips!”..

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Lent Day 1 – Judged According to Love

The Spanish mystic Saint John of the Cross said that in the evening of life we shall be judged according to our love. In Matthew 25 the nature of love is specified. It is not primarily a feeling, an attitude, or a conviction, but rather a concrete act on behalf of those in need–the hungry, the homeless, the lonely, the imprisoned, the forgotten. It is the bearing..

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Hard to even imagine being at the Vatican for the canonization of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII

Here’s to a Catholic Caucus member winning!!

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Refreshing to hear…

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