Monthly Archives: August 2003

Poetry Corner

Thanks to Fr. Jim for posting this poem by St. Augustine, which I shamelessly reproduce here: Late have I loved Thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new, late have I loved Thee! And, behold, Thou wert within me and … Continue reading

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My beloved son, delight of my heart, hope of your posterity, I pray, I command, that at every time and in everything, strengthened by your devotion to me, you may show favor not only to relations and kin, or to … Continue reading

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“Teach me, O God, not to torture myself, not to make a martyr out of myself through stifling reflection, but rather teach me to breathe deeply in faith” – Kierkegaard

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Cognitive Dissonance Today

Democratic Congressmen lecturing Republican Presidents on deficit spending. Have I been in a coma? Has a temporal anomaly transported me to bizarro universe? Is it April 1st? I don’t get this. What’s happening? I’m frightened . . . so . … Continue reading

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I knew it! Did you ever read something that validated something you’ve known intuitively for years? I just did. Please read this, it will answer a lot of your questions in advance, should we ever happen to meet and discuss … Continue reading

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