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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

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Brad

This summer I read how St. Teresa had an epiphany about the age of 40 whereby she realized that lenient priests had let her live in denial of her flaws and that until that point in her life "it was the venial sins that destroyed me". Thank you, saint, for making me ponder my own "no big deal" sins and talk about them while in the confessional. It becomes all too clear they're quite big: they're just me being passive-aggressive with God.

Fernando Umberto Garcia de Nicaragua, Prefectus Minimus: The Jacksonian Institute

Who painted that striking picture?

Carl E. Olson

The French painter, François Gérard (1770−1837).

Fernando Umberto Garcia de Nicaragua, Prefectus Minimus: The Jacksonian Institute

Merci.

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