Daily Archives: July 20, 2012

Jesus Christ: Α and Ω of the world, He is The Truth, The Way and The Life

I don’t know exactly to which Christian denomination Mr. John J. Parsons belongs, who runs an excellent site Hebrew for Christians and is author of a piece (Choosing to See) which was reproduced here and praised by our regular reader … Continue reading

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The eurozone’s religious faultline

This is a trifle different from our usual posts but poses some interesting questions. Is the Reformation really to blame for all our financial woes? By Chris Bowlby BBC Radio 4. Discussion among eurozone leaders about the future of their … Continue reading

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A Love for Which He Suffered. A Meditation on the Poem of St. John the Cross: Un Pastor

By: Msgr. Charles Pope Many of you have read the allegorical poem adapted by St, John of the Cross called Un Pastorcico (A little Shepherd).  It is a poem about a shepherd boy who grieves that his beloved shepherdess has … Continue reading

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