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Issue 033: Blasphemy and Gravity
In this month of the Sacred Heart, and drawing near to the Feastday of His Most Sacred Heart, we offer articles in battle against the prideful spirit of the world. Rejecting the rainbow gods and self-important tendencies of today’s world, we hope instead to draw closer to His Heart. Let each of us pray often:
O Jesus, meek and humble of Heart, make my heart like unto thine.
— The Editors
“Complicated Feelings” about Blasphemy
When the Dodgers reinstated their honor toward an anti-Catholic drag group, many Catholics decried the team and the group, but not all. One Catholic writer claimed to have complicated feelings, diminishing the weight of the groups’ intentions and actions. But what complicated feelings are there to be had about blasphemy: about trying to deny God the glory due Him, about insulting His Holy Name, about rejecting the truths of the Catholic faith? Read more here.
Pride, Humility… and Gravity
In the middle ages, man’s view of the universe differed from modern man’s today. Not only did everything in the universe have its proper place, everything naturally tended toward or sought its proper place: even inanimate objects. And what was true of inanimate objects, was true of man as well. Man also had a proper place and sought it, and was restless until he found it... read on here.
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