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Fred Kaffenberger
Attended Fordham University
Lived in Kansas City, MO
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Discover and write business requirements, software training guides, marketing content, and cultural commentary. Catholic. Belong to Communion and Liberation.
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"The only thing that matters is the divine restlessness of unfulfilled souls." Pascal
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    English MA: tutored in the writing center, 1995
  • Rockhurst University
    English BA: literature, writing, linguistics, 1992
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just fantastic! It's great to see that this one is still online. Pascal to jazz. Best of all, no pause so you have to commit.
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This encounter for Fr. Giussani “was the encounter with Christ, who for him was not merely a name, not just an object of devotion as for a devout man of the past, but was a presence he recognized as the most adequate for his young life.” #Catholic
Ten years after the death of Father Luigi Giussani, founder of the global fraternity Communion and Liberation, the priest's life continues to shed light on man's deepest questions, his biographer says.
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The drama of tree lined streets
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without even clicking to play, the looping display here is mesmerizing - it could, um, even put . . . you . . . to, mhhphslee.. . . .
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Silence
This interview covers a lot of ground, but some highlights include: silence as contemplation of being, whether silence is objectless, silence as including Ignatian prayer, the Rosary, and the Jesus Prayer (Lectio Divina also), silence as incarnational, silence for families.
Kevin M. Johnson is founder and director of The Inner Room. Formed in the summer of 2008, The Inner Room is a Roman Catholic lay association focusing on Christian contemplation and continuing theol...
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"As Bergoglio used to put it, they were ‘for the people, but never with the people’."
Is the Pope a conservative? After the papal zingers which landed in Strasbourg last week, some — Nigel Farage, writing in the Catholic Herald, for instance — seem to think…
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Jean Vanier on Belonging and Inclusion for Sr Ele…: http://youtu.be/rjsbDAEJiqI
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Science fiction is how the pseudoscientific natural philosophy of the 18th century continues to have a cultural impact. I for one appreciate the openness of sci fi to strange and unexplained phenomenon and to dimensions of human life which are typically deprecated even if the rationalizations proposed are ultimately unsatisfying.  
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Don't watch the history channel you're really get confused
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