Monthly Archives: January 2014

On Indian Catholicism

St. Francis Xavier, you never converted the Paravas.

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On Love

Love is nobler than the institution of marriage because it is a relationship where consent of the parties, and consent alone, constitutes the relationship. (Is not this what the church originally taught about the nature of marriage?)

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Ad Matrem Ecclesiam

And how beautiful is a tradition in which it is considered an act of virtue to steal in order to save the lives of oneself and one’s dear ones.

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Francis

It is so beautiful that we live in an age where the highest-ranking American Cardinal is besieged by an alarmed American Catholic billionaire worried about how the church is frightening off people who describe themselves as capitalists.

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Uncertainty II

Yet when people try to put me into a religious box, they immediately gravitate to the idea of a seeker.

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Mea Culpa

My greatest problem and flaw is that I am horrified to the very center of my being by uncertainty.

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