Daily Archives: January 2, 2009

Abortion and a Catholic Political Family

A fellow blogger has posted an interesting piece on the Kennedys and their support of abortion rights despite their Catholicism. He cites a Wall Street Journal article, and references a 1964 meeting in Hyannisport, Mass. where several well-know Jesuit theologians … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day Quote

January 2 is the feast day of Sts. Basil and Gregory. St. Basil, in his tract on the Holy Spirit, has a beautiful line about divine nature. He wrote,  “As the Father is made visible in the Son, so is … Continue reading

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Daily Reflections

If you haven’t already discovered it, the United States Council of Catholic Bishops provides a daily video reflection on the Mass readings.  Today’s reflection is about John the Baptist knowing who he is and who he isn’t, and how we need … Continue reading

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