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Aaron Linderman
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I've picked up some new reading. (Hopefully I have the time for it!)

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Happy Feast of Sts. Louis and Zélie!
God of Love, in Sts. Louis and Zélie You have provided an exemplary model of married love, evangelical virtue, and unwavering trust in You. May we share in their humble work, remain ever in joy and Christian hope, and so, like them, come to be called the fr...

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"Under God" - On Its Necessity
In 1954 a joint resolution of Congress added the words "under God" to the Pledge of Allegiance.  Among those pushing for this addition were the Knight of Columbus, an American Catholic fraternal organization. To secularists, these words are anathema, an att...

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A UD Education: The Road Goes Ever On
Ten days ago I sent the letter below to the University News at Dallas. I haven't seen it published yet; maybe they had a stack of better stuff coming in. In any event, I thought I'd share my sentiments here. In May I will again visit the University of Dal...

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A Tolkienian Reading of the Annunciation
This morning I published a reflection on the Annunciation and what it means that its celebration, also known as Lady Day, falls during Lent. I would like to add, however, one other thought on the holiday. Tomorrow is Tolkien Reading Day, an international h...

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Finding Joy Amidst the Sorrow - A Lady Day Reflection
The Annunciation, by Matthias Stom Tomorrow, Saturday 25 March, is the Solemnity of the Annunciation, traditionally known as Lady Day. It celebrates the announcement of the archangel Gabriel to Mary that she would bear the Son of God. (Notice anything abo...

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Beautiful Indian Summers - But to What End?
A little while ago my wife and I began watching Indian Summers , a show about the British Raj's annual move to Simla, in the foothills of the Himalaya, where it sheltered from Delhi's summer heat. The show is visually stunning, marked by the natural beauty...

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Journey to Colonus: A Historical Novel and Much More
Franklin Debrot's debut novel, Journey to Colonus , though a work of historical fiction long in the making, is a work for the present day, with themes of racial conflict, political divisions, campus agitation, and Russian influence in America. That all thi...

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