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- Wednesday, 19 June 2013 : Psalms 112(111):1-2.3-4.9.Blessed the man who fears the LORD, Who greatly delights in his commands. His posterity shall be mighty upon the earth; The upright generation shall be blessed. Wealth and riches shall be in his house; His generosity shall endure forever. Light shines through the darkness for the upright; He is gracious and merciful and just. Lavishly he gives to the poor, H […]
- Monday, 17 June 2013 : Second Letter to the Corinthians 6:1-10.Working together, then, we appeal to you not to receive the grace of God in vain. For he says: "In an acceptable time I heard you, and on the day of salvation I helped you." Behold, now is a very acceptable time; behold, now is the day of salvation. We cause no one to stumble in anything, in order that no fault may be found with our ministry; on th […]
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“The Look of Catholics: Portrayals in Popular Culture from the Great Depression to the Cold War” is a fascinating work by Anthony Burke Smith. In film, radio, print Catholics contributed significantly to the American Imagination during some of the truly toughest years our nation has faced. It is really interesting how the country would turn to the virtuous communal nature of the Catholic identity to lift itself during this time. From Leo McCarey’s Oscar-winning “Go My Way” to Archbishop Fulton Sheen to Henry Luce (publisher of Life magazine), Anthony covers a vast array of areas in this study. I loved it and so will you I bet!
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