Posts with the tag “praise”
Rewilding the Word #3
by Rick Ganz on August 29th, 2023
During my late 20s, I studied at Regis College (Jesuit) at the University of Toronto, for my Master of Divinity degree. In the fall Term of my second year, I begged Fr. Michael McMahon Sheenan, CSB to break a few rules (for a holy cause of course) and to let me into his Seminar. He made it happen, even though I had not been formally admitted as a student at the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies (PIMS)...
Letters to Peregrinus #22 - On the Most Powerful Man in the World
by Rick Ganz on November 17th, 2016
Dear Peregrinus: When I read your letter, I remembered a line (which it took me some time to locate) from that redoubtable Englishman:G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) – “The person who is really in revolt is the optimist, who generally lives and dies in a desperate and suicidal effort to persuade other people how good they are.” Does it not seem that we Americans have fallen into the bad habit ...
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