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“Respect for homosexual persons cannot lead in any way to approval of homosexual behavior or to legal recognition of homosexual unions.”
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“In a split second, my heart was touched. I believed. I suddenly perceived the piercing feeling of innocence, the eternal infancy of God.” —Paul Claudel
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“Who do people say that I am?”
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You and I are the undeserving recipients of a two-fold gift — nature and grace.
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How Can We Not Stand in Silent Awe Before the Actual World God Made?
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Only in Catholic circles, it seems, may one boast of the great unwashed, its ranks replete with the most rotten and wayward of men.
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Ultimate human fulfillment cannot simply be our acceptance of one another. Only God, who loves us for ourselves alone, can give us such happiness.
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When home is a world that does not exist, might it not be time for a jolt back to reality?
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“Without me,” says Jesus, “you can do nothing.”
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“Man is himself only because his face is illumined by a divine ray.”
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“Be worthy of the flame which consumes you! And if one must be consumed let it be like the Paschal-candle, flaming on its golden candelabrum in the midst of the choir for the glory of all the Church!” —Paul Claudel
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“Mary’s mission is precisely to lead us to him, repeating to us the invitation she gave the servants in Cana: ‘Do whatever he tells you.’ Let us listen to her motherly voice!” —Pope St. John Paul II
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Why would God, Creator of the universe, choose to become a creature like us?
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Real happiness depends on first looking for God, who alone can make us happy.
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I shall always be grateful to a strange and wonderful teacher who introduced me to a world where universal truth and value do exist.
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From the harvest of the Resurrection, everything human has been gathered up into great heavenly bins.
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“Behold, I tell you a mystery. We shall not all fall asleep, but we will all be changed, in an instant, in the blink of an eye, at the last trumpet.” (1 Corinthians 15:51-52)
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“What the soul hardly realizes is that, unbeliever or not, his loneliness is really a homesickness for God.” —Dom Hubert van Zeller
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“When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” —G.K. Chesterton
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“Be worthy of the flame consuming you.” —Paul Claudel
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Julian came to see in that tiny little hazelnut the crystallization of three truths on which everything depends.
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How different our lives would be if the peace of Christ were to encamp about us when danger appears.
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“Those who pray are certainly saved; those who do not pray are certainly damned.” —St. Alphonsus Liguori
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“In his greatness, he has let himself become small. God has taken on a human face.” —Benedict XVI
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We are Christians, who belong to the Risen King, and thus we know something others do not.
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All the dungeons of death have been thrown open by the Lord of Life.
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Regis Martin, S.T.D., is a professor of theology and a faculty associate with the Veritas Center for Ethics in Public Life at Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. He podcasts at In Search Of The Still Point.