Letters from Your Father

Letters from Your Father

When our son Adam was three years old, my husband Barry decided to start writing to him in a journal and then hand it to him when he turned 18. That time has come. In fact, Adam’s 18th came and went, as did Christmas, but the finished product is now...

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Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Jacob Myers gives advice on “Loving Those Who Annoy You.”

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The Wrath of God

The Wrath of God

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Christopher Stamos discusses the true nature of God’s apparent anger.

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God’s Unconditional Love for Us

God’s Unconditional Love for Us

How many times do we do something “without condition”?  We work for a paycheck.  Or we go to school for a degree—we study to pass a test.  We strive for the praise of others.  We work hard for acceptance.  It seems that in almost everything we do, we put a...

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On the Temptations of Bureaucracy and the Power of Love

On the Temptations of Bureaucracy and the Power of Love

In the wee hours of the morning on April 30, 1945, Adolf Hitler dictated his final Private Testament. There was some urgency about this, for he was planning immediately afterward to marry Eva Braun and then, shortly after that, to avoid the earthly consequences of his past actions by putting...

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