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Christ was perfectly consistent

Ralph Waldo Emerson had moments more perceptive than his vague religiosity: "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines."

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Holy Saturday

There is a scene in the Gospel that anticipates the silence of Holy Saturday in a stimulating way and thus also appears as a portrait of our historical hour.

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The Religion of the Day

In every age of Christianity, since it was first preached, there has been what may be called a "religion of the world", which so far imitates the one true religion, as to deceive the unstable and unwary.

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The Rosary Priest

The green hills and rocky seacoast of County Mayo, in western Ireland, have been a seedbed of the Catholic faith for centuries. 

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