Daily Archives: April 13, 2012

The Pendulum Fallacy: Achieving the Virtue of Temperance

by Andrew Sciba He is risen! Ah, yes.  The birds are chirping, flowers are starting to bloom, the sun is warm like a baked potato.  And Lent is over.  Time to head back into our bad habits of eating too … Continue reading

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Four Lessons from Emmaus Road for the Discouraged and Anxious

Randy Hain Road to Emmaus We are all likely familiar with the “walk to Emmaus” (Luke 24:13-35) by two of Christ’s disciples the evening of the Resurrection in Luke’s Gospel.  These two men, overcome with hopelessness and discouragement, were talking … Continue reading

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