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TWO CITIES

29 October, 2014

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It seems that in our world have originated two opposite thoughts with resonance to Saint Augustine. Many people are attracted to the Catholic Church in view of the image of unity in doctrine and the moral authority of its teachings. However, we see that Catholics fall into the infidelity, are absorbed by moral relativism and leave the religious practice. The outside noise can override the inner silence that faith needs to grow. Read the rest of this entry »


The truth is hard and hurts

31 March, 2014

   The last decade of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century have caused changes and it is not an exaggeration to speak of the beginning of a new era with great consequences for men and women of this time and for future generations. Read the rest of this entry »


Jhon Paul II and Bin Laden: Peace and war

31 March, 2014

   Two worldwide news occurred almost simultaneously at the beginning of May. On the one hand the beatification of Pope John Paul II and on the other hand the death of Bin Laden in the hands of an American command group in Abbottabad (Pakistan). After the operation, the US president, Barack Obama, explained that his country was not at war against Islam, but against terrorism. Although these are different, both have many followers. Read the rest of this entry »


Two cities

31 March, 2014

   It seems that in our world have originated two opposite thoughts with resonance to Saint Augustine. Many people are attracted to the Catholic Church in view of the image of unity in doctrine and the moral authority of its teachings. However, we see that Catholics fall into the infidelity, are absorbed by moral relativism and leave the religious practice. The outside noise can override the inner silence that faith needs to grow. Read the rest of this entry »


Global crisis

31 March, 2014

   “These global crises are crises of saints.” This phrase was written by Saint Josemaría Escrivá in the thirties of last century. As a saint he had all the reason, even more reason than a saint. Read the rest of this entry »


Democracy and moral principles

31 March, 2014

   “It is difficult to see how democracy, which is based on the principle of the will of the majority of the citizens, establishes the validity of principles and moral values, without being supported by the convictions of the majority, and without entering or imposing a dogmatism that is essentially strange to democracy as a form of government” (Card. Joseph Ratzinger, Benedict XVI). Read the rest of this entry »