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No Fathers, No Hope

"The inexpressible sadness which emanates from great cities," says Gabriel Marcel in Homo Viator (1952), "a dismal sadness which belongs to everything that is devitalized, everything that represents a self-betrayal of life, appears to me to be bound up in the most intimate fashion with the decay of the family."

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The Sanctifying Work of Pregnancy

Even as a woman shapes the child growing within her, the joys and trials of pregnancy are shaping her, sanctifying her, and teaching her how to depend on others during this season of peculiar service.

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Why Not Have a Bunch of Kids?

Humans are, hands down, the single most fascinating set of creatures on the planet.  If you want to understand how humans work, just make a few, sit back, and watch them do their thing.

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