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Ancient stories of sacrifice serve as instructive archetypes of what it means to assume a posture of nonattachment and of the internal work one must be willing to undertake to arrive at that posture....
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 |

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(RNS) The New York artist is one of the best-known and least easily compartmentalized contemporary fine artists doing faith-based work....
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(RNS) A controversial new book wins praise from evangelicals and condemnation from some who knew the famous atheist, who died in 2011....
Thursday, 21 April 2016 |

Sacrifice and Empathy

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You can only truly grow to care for another when you give up a piece of the self. Empathy demands the sacrifice of the "I."...
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Wednesday, 20 April 2016 |

Saint Joasaph of Meteora

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St Joasaph was the son of the pious ruler of Epirus and Thessaly Symeon Sinisi, who was descended from the royal house of Nemanja and was proclaimed “ tsar of the Greeks, the Serbs and the Albanians ” under the name of “ Symeon Uros Palaeologus ”. His mother, Thomaïs, was the sister of the last Despot of Epirus,...

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Pope Francis surprised news media yet again when he flew back from an ecumenical meeting last weekend with 12 new passengers: three families of Syrian refugees .

Francis said the Vatican would sponsor the families and get them settled in Italy, in a clear object lesson for other nations.  And the lesson was not lost on mainstream media, which...

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Being able to recite Psalm 23 is one thing, but actually understanding what it is really saying is something altogether different....
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