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Francis: the bishop and the flock

The bishop has to be among his people in three ways. In front of them, pointing the way; among them, keeping them together and preventing them from being scattered; and behind them, ensuring that no one is left behind, but … Continue reading

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Conclave hopes and prayers

I don’t like to get very specific when asking God what I hope for in our next pope; it seems a bit like micromanaging. 😉 And I don’t like to focus on the problems that need solving, as most of … Continue reading

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Augustine, science, and religion

When I come across one or other of my fellow Christians ignorant of astronomy, believing what is not so, I calmly look on, not thinking him the worse for mistaking the place or order of created things, so long as … Continue reading

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