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Cardinal Moral Virtues - Part 2 of 3

Father Geiermann continues his discussion of the moral virtues by elaborating upon the cardinal virtue of justice and upon the virtue of religion, which is a type of justice. 355 more words


The origin of...Ascension Day

“The unseen essential awaits your enlightened heart’s ascension to love.” Brian McGill

Ascension Day commemorates the bodily Ascension of Jesus into heaven and is celebrated 40 days after Easter on a Thursday (between April 30 and June 3).. 550 more words


Be a Minimalist – learn to enjoy with less

The secret to happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy with less. – Socrates

Minimalism is usually a controversial topic, as some think that those who put off nonessential elements have short-comings that they are trying to fix by having fewer items or that they do not have those things because they cannot afford them. 351 more words

The Happiness Journey

A Deliberate Confrontation With Paganism (Augustine)

These are great paragraphs about a great book (Augustine’s City of God) found in a great biography (Augustine of Hippo by Peter Brown… 292 more words

Brief Overview of St. Augustine's Philosophy

I know that I stated that we’d be doing Augustine’s Confessions later on this month, but I’ve decided to hold off a bit longer to see if we can recruit some more people into the group, so we will not begin until June. 83 more words

Church History

Augustine of Hippo: “Like a tree planted hard by the running streams of waters”

On Psalm 1.

“Blessed is the man that hath not gone away in the counsel of the ungodly” (ver. 1). This is to be understood of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord-Man. 402 more words


Five Hundred and Eighteen Words of '518'

Another day, another NaNo at an end–made it to 35212 words this month–though the validate-your-word-count thingy says I only did 34941. Well, fuck you, word-count validater–you don’t know shit! 600 more words