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Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete

Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete (1941–2014), physicist, spiritual advisor, and theologian known for his wit and warmth, authored the essay collection "God at the Ritz: Attraction to Infinity" (2002).

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Saint Camillus de Lellis

In medieval and early modern Europe, healthcare — especially for those with chronic illnesses — was an improvised and often neglected affair.

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Earlier Thoughts

There are few of us, I should imagine, who would care very much to have their thoughts at the age of twenty about life, literature and the world, exposed to public view and widely disseminated. 

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Solzhenitsyn's Prophecy

When people forget God, when they come to suppose that they don't need Him or His grace and guidance, when they fall into the hubristic error of imagining that they are too smart and sophisticated to believe in Him, a catastrophe always ensues.

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