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People like us

I imagine that most of us in our youth were taught that we should keep in good company. The reason was clear: good company would influence us towards virtue, bad company would do the opposite. But the company we keep … Continue reading

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Unmoored Morals

The German and Swiss bishops have produced reports on the Vatican questionnaire published in preparation for October’s extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family. It will be interesting for us to discuss the findings. I put them in note form … Continue reading

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