Category Archives: Religion of peace

From the Pope, another guide to clear thinking and moral perspicacity

A few highlights from the MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS ON THE OCCASION OF THE WORLD MEETINGS OF POPULAR MOVEMENTS IN MODESTO (CALIFORNIA) [16-18 FEBRUARY 2017] (10 FEBRUARY 2017): I would also like to highlight the work done by … Continue reading

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It’s 9/11…again

Nothing new to say. Some posts from the past for any interested: People in the Sky A remembrance dedicated to the victims A poem

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The Religions of Peace

Speaking of that terror attack on the French Catholic priest (notice how quickly it’s disappeared from the news), the leader of the world’s largest religion shared his thoughts: Speaking on the papal plane en route to Krakow, Poland, for World … Continue reading

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Hiatus from “the healing”

[There's an update below the fold] A few people show up here looking for something to read, something of at least minor substance. However, there won’t be much of that for the near future. Most of my time these days … Continue reading

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Why is this cockney kid…

…able to articulate the problem better than his Oxford and Cambridge educated rulers?

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In the bombing’s aftermath, let the platitudes begin

I haven’t written about this because I think reticence the best course when the only response one has to offer is anger of the merely bloodthirsty sort. I turned on the TV a few days ago mere moments after the … Continue reading

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A Sunday Thought for the Victims of 9/11

A few days ago I watched a couple of those documentaries that come around each year to commemorate the September 11th, 2001 mass slaughter of American innocents by an enemy so foreign and morally alien that one wonders how God’s … Continue reading

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