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Joan Chittister

Liz Cheney challenges us: With whom shall we stand?

By Joseph Kilikevice O.P. / May 28, 2021

by Joan Chittister
In 1975, a quote in The Oak and the Calf carried a warning from one of the most profound thinkers of the era. “In our country,” Russian writer and historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn said, “the lie has become not just a moral category, but a pillar of the state.” It gave me great pause until, now, I…

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Fr. Thomas McGlynn, OP, (1906 - 1977)

St. Martin de Porres Sparked Healing for Fr. Thomas McGlynn, OP, 1906-1977

By Joseph Kilikevice O.P. / May 5, 2021

For Fr. Thomas McGlynn, OP, (1906 – 1977) the story of St. Martin’s life sparked a healing at the level of the soul, which then bore fruit in creativity. St. Martin de Porres was a revered healer in 17th-century Peru. The sanador of Lima’s El Rosaria priory, he treated the wounds and ills of his…

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