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How Can You See … But Not See?

How not to see? The quick answer is to find a pair of rose-colored glasses. … I thought about rose-colored glasses as I read a satire about a tech company that developed digital glasses for rich people to edit out the poor.

What In the World Are They Thinking?

Renewal of Vincentian spirituality requires movement, changing ideas and new perspectives. Let me point out a few possible movements that might lead us to revitalization of our spiritual tradition:

Encountering Jesus In the Good and the Bad?

God leads us into the midst of the world. God waits for us among the poor. Christ invites us to participate in his mission,

How Can You See … But Not See?

How Can You See … But Not See?

How not to see? The quick answer is to find a pair of rose-colored glasses. … I thought about rose-colored glasses as I read a satire about a tech company that developed digital glasses for rich people to edit out the poor.

Is Independence Day a Dangerous Memory?

Is Independence Day a Dangerous Memory?

“Dangerous memories are not nostalgia or visions of the past, but “memories which make demands on us” in the present. Such memories are ones “that we have to take into account, memories, as it were, with a future content.

What Can We Learn From Grasshoppers?

What Can We Learn From Grasshoppers?

“When you first capture the grasshopper, it jumps and jumps and jumps, trying to get out, banging its head against the lid.”“But the longer the grasshopper’s in there, the less high it jumps, the less it tries, until finally it just sits on the bottom.

Binge-watching the Gospel of Mark

Binge-watching the Gospel of Mark

Binge-watching viewers report a greater understanding and knowledge of the show and character development, versus viewers who don’t binge-watch. Might that be true if we “binge-read” the Gospel of Mark?