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“The natural was ever without error; But err the other may by evil object, Or by too much. or by too little vigor.” The above quote in canto XVII humanizes existence in purgatory. Purgatory does not move far enough away from the horror of the Inferno and the disproportionate time assigned in purgatory is a hell in and of itself. Still a vivid and … Read More The Divine Comedy: Purgatorio by Dante
Catholic Herald article on Dante and Pope Francis support reading: “Dante is ‘a prophet of hope’ and ‘herald of the possibility of redemption’, says Pontiff Dante’s Divine Comedy is more than a literary masterpiece, it is an invitation “to rediscover the lost or obscured meaning of our human path and to hope to see again the glowing horizon on which the dignity of the … Read More Why Pope Francis recommended Dante?
The Confession of the Pope Who Came From Afar In an interview with the magazine of the Jesuits of Rome, Jorge Mario Bergoglio unravels the enigma of his silence on the anthropological revolution taking place. Which involves birth, death, procreation, the entire nature of man by Sandro Magister ROME, September 20, 2013 – In the twenty-eight pages of his interview with the director of … Read More How do we as Catholics weigh science…..