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24 March 1980: Oscar Romero, a Life of Courageous Faith

Sometimes faith comes with a price – an expensive exchange if we’re serious about it. Consider Archbishop Oscar Romero, who in faith raised his voice against injustices pervading El Salvador and paid with his life, martyred on 24 March 1980 … Continue reading

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A Franciscan Blessing

Here’s a powerful prayer for today modeled on the example of Saint Francis of Assisi. May God bless you with discomfort… At easy answers, half-truths, and superficial relationships, So that you may live deep within your heart. May God bless … Continue reading

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…reformed crabs…

Dr. Peter Kreeft gave an amazing talk last night @ William & Mary to a packed auditorium, literally overflowing with students sitting on the floor, in the aisles, standing along the walls.  How cool is that? On a Friday night?  … Continue reading

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Life, faith & love: Oscar Romero (24 March 1980)

Sometimes our faith comes with a price – an expensive exchange if we’re serious about it.  Really serious like Archbishop Oscar Romero, who in faith raised his voice against the injustices pervading El Salvador around him & paid with his … Continue reading

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