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It is Job who, in the end, refuses to cram the divine will and purpose onto the procrustean bed of human wisdom

In my review of Eve Tushne

On the Readings for March 1, 2015, the Second Sunday of Lent
A May pilgrimage to Turin and Rome will feature a viewing of the Shroud of Turin, anniversaries of key historical events, and a keynote address by Cardinal Raymond Burke.
When Christians boldly hold up an image of the humiliated, tortured Jesus to the world, they are saying: "We are not afraid.”
While Christianity continues to grow in Africa and other non-Western areas, globally it seems stuck in something of a rut
The head of secretariat of the synod of bishops was reportedly "furious" about "Remaining in the Truth of Christ," which includes chapters by Cardinals Burke and Brandmüller
“In communicating with Pope Francis, we told him about the fact that Ukraine is the victim of the aggression of a neighboring country."
Egyptian President al-Sisi knows its name and has courageously denounced it
The objection to God's existence and goodness uttered recently by the British writer, actor, and comedian is nothing new to Christians
On the Readings for Sunday, February 22, 2015, the First Sunday of Lent
Kevin Costner stars in a remarkably good film that mashes up the sports and fish-out-of-water genres and ends up feeling like a Christian allegory
Teaching the Faith at the Church of St. Rita in Astoria, New York
As secular America heads down the same-sex path, the Church now must go another, better way
February 19th marks the start of the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima, which lasted through the end of March 1945
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