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  • Forgiveness and healing even in prisons

    Forgiveness and healing even in prisons

    By Quin Hillyer at PJ Media; The themes of forgiveness resound heavily in this week’s readings from Genesis 50, Psalm 103, Romans 14 and Matthew 18. Joseph forgives his brothers who had […]

     
  • Chiggy, the New Kid, and faith

    Chiggy, the New Kid, and faith

    By Quin Hillyer at PJ Media; For whatever reason, this week’s readings don’t resonate much with me – so instead of considering them directly, I ask you to indulge a little story […]

     
  • Dianne Feinstein renews her anti-Catholic bigotry

    Dianne Feinstein renews her anti-Catholic bigotry

    By Quin Hillyer at The Washington Examiner; U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein again is coming awfully close to expressing anti-Catholic bigotry and close to imposing an unconstitutional “religious test” upon federal […]

     
  • St. Paul’s equivalent of the Beatitudes

    St. Paul’s equivalent of the Beatitudes

    By Quin Hillyer at PJ Media; The Epistle reading this week, Romans 12:9-21, contains some of the loveliest passages in all of Paul’s writings. Indeed, one might say that these passages […]

     
  • Love calms our turbulent waters

    Love calms our turbulent waters

    By Quin Hillyer at PJ Media; The author Madeleine L’Engle, most famous for A Wrinkle in Time, interspersed all sorts of Christian references into her series of novels for adolescent readers, albeit […]

     
  • A Fish Story Well Worth Believing: Faith

    A Fish Story Well Worth Believing: Faith

    By Quin Hillyer at PJ Media; Two years ago on my own little website I wrote a short reflection on today’s Gospel reading (or John’s version thereof) about Jesus’ famous “feeding of the 5,000” with merely […]

     
 

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