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Margaret of Cortona

Today’s her memorial. Let me pull something from a previous post about a link between her and Edith Wharton: In an In Our Time episode on Edith Wharton, scholars mentioned that the Church had condemned or at least criticized Wharton’s work. The impression I got from the discussion was that any Church criticism must have had to […]
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“The first place to work on honesty is with God. In your prayer, in your inner life with God, don't hold anything back. Be who you are. Argue, praise, thank, be sad and confused. God wants to hear all of it.
The second place is ... yourself. How honest are you about yourself with yourself, anyway? How honest are you about:
• Your weaknesses?
• Your strengths?
• Your pain, regret, and fears?
How honest are you about the power and influence other people and the culture have over you? You can't grow as a person unless you admit to the power of the messages you're resisting.”
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“IT WOULD BE REALLY pretty easy to be virtuous, be that disciple of Jesus, if it weren't for one big problem.
Those other people. Yeah. Them.”
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“was being made in secret, intricately wrought in the depths of the earth.
Your eyes beheld my unformed substance; in your book were written, everyone of them, the days that were formed for me, when as yet there was none of them. (PSALM 139: 13-16)”
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