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Week 52 – Nov 10, 2013

Week 52 – Thirsting and Quenching

“Prayer life is therefore profoundly rooted in the needs of our human nature. Without it we are frustrated creatures. All the way from the beginnings in vocal prayer through meditation, which leads to the summit of contemplation, this prayerful immersion in the indwelling Trinity gradually transforms us from one glory to another as we are being turned into the divine image (2 Cor 3:18).  Here alone do men and women become “perfect in beauty” (Ezek 16:13-14).”

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Week 51 – Nov 3, 2013

Week 51 – Becoming Saints – Benedict XVI

“What God wants most of all for each one of you is that you should become holy. He loves you much more than you could ever begin to imagine, and he wants the very best for you. And by far the best thing for you is to grow in holiness.”

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Week 50 – Oct 27, 2013

Week 50 – Social Justice isn’t Left or Right – It’s Catholic

“Social justice is an integral part of Church teaching. It is based on the rights that flow from and
safeguard human dignity, and it inclines us to work with others to help make social institutions better serve the common good. In the section on Christian morality entitled “The Human Community,” the Catechism of the Catholic Church devotes an entire section (1928-48) specifically to the topic of
social justice.”

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Week 49 – Oct 20, 2013

Week 49 – Whistleblower Ethics – America, National Catholic Review

Whistleblowers:  “One question worth focusing on is the moral legitimacy of their choices….The
Catholic moral tradition offers a number of principles that can help guide those who face this moral challenge.” Conscience, Prudence and Justice and fidelity.

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