Do We Know How Lonely We Are?

By test|August 21, 2013|Empirical Science, Philosophy, Resources, to be moved|

Vimeo’s staff pick has some good points to share… It makes sense that the appearances of friendship goods (social media etc) would attract us but because it is a more superficial type of communication the human need goes on less fulfilled. One person I knew from college I remember telling me that while he works he prefers to leave the TV on in the background because it made him feel

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On Nature of True Liberty (16-26 Coming Soon!)

By Jon|January 17, 2013|Catholicism, Philosophy, Resources|

Many of you were following my series on the document Libertas Praestantissimum (On the Nature of True Liberty) and wonder when the next installment is coming (we left off on point 12). To wet your appetite again, I have posted this recently produced video by CNS: Play Video.

The Polarizing of Faith and Reason In A Few Quotes

By Jon|July 9, 2012|Culture, Education, Enlightenment, Faith and Reason, Modern Philosophy, Philosophy, Resources|

In the so-called “Enlightenment” the classical view of the world was DIVIDED. Two main movements formed which fed off of each other, leaving us with the intense debate we have today: Fideism (Faith) “Faith must trample under foot all reason, sense, and understanding.”  ―  Martin Luther  Empiricism (Science) (and similar “post metaphysical” theories) “If we take in our hand any volume; of divinity or school metaphysics, for instance; let us ask, Does

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Prayer composed by John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore, in 1791 (Repost)

By test|July 3, 2012|Catholicism, Culture, Religion, Resources, to be moved|

Prayer for Government We pray, Thee O Almighty and Eternal God! Who through Jesus Christ hast revealed Thy glory to all nations, to preserve the works of Thy mercy, that Thy Church, being spread through the whole world, may continue with unchanging faith in the confession of Thy Name. We pray Thee, who alone art good and holy, to endow with heavenly knowledge, sincere zeal, and sanctity of life, our

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