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Forgive like Jesus

At the outset of this Lenten series, I remarked on the truly cosmic dimension of what our Faith teaches about the nature of the...

Mark Shea: Lenten Almsgiving

If, as we said last time, the point of Lent is to get ready, not for a holiday of chocolate eggs, bunnies, and nice clothes we call Easter ...

Equality minus justice is useless

Reading Time: 3 minutesAs we have seen over the past several times in this space, Jesus meets people where they are, at their growing edge. He never expects perfection when entering into a relationship with people, but he never leaves them where he found them either. This double insistence on always welcoming those who sincerely […]
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Mark Shea: From each, according to his gifts

You may have noticed a pattern to my last few articles. We have been looking at the Catholicity of the faith: its capacity for taking all sorts of fish into the Net and not being too particular about sorting them out in this world.
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Mark Shea: A truth we can comprehend

Last time in this space, we talked about how Jesus met people at their growing edge. He did this among other reasons, to provide his disciples with a model.
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Mark Shea: Jesus and the Centurion

We are living in a time when many Catholics seem to be eager to exclude their fellow Catholics from access to the sacraments due to the imperfection of their grasp of doctrine, their moral life, or even their aesthetics.
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Mark Shea: What’s in a Name?

Names are a big deal in Scripture. Hebrew culture and tradition saw names as more than mere labels to slap on people and things...

Mark Shea: Models of the Church: Paul and the Church of...

This completes Mark Shea's series, Models of the Church There is a myth about St Paul: that he was the Lone Ranger apostle.  A visionary...

Mark Shea: How not to evangelise

As an American, I generally try to make it a habit to stay out of the internal affairs of other countries, such as Australia. How...

Mark Shea: Catholic both/and social teaching

The second of a three-part series on heresy Last time in this space, we looked at heresy and its modern manifestation, ideology.  We noted that...
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The woman who confounds both left and right

By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...

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