Daily Archives: April 5, 2018


https://pixabay.com/en/statue-holy-virgin-religious-figure-2690719/ *** MEEKNESS AND PATIENCE *** Jesus disappears Mary, Joseph search for him Find him in temple *** NOTE: The virtues opposed to anger are meekness and patience. Mary and Joseph left Jerusalem, assuming that Jesus, their young son, was … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Law Anecdotes

Following the 1963 Supreme Court case Gideon v. Wainwright, which established the right of indigent defendants to have free legal counsel in many court cases, Clarence Earl Gideon was retried on the charge of burglary that he had previously been … Continue reading

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NOTES on St. Anselm (circa 1033 to 1109): Proslogion

St. Anselm lived from approximately 1033 to 1109. He was an Italian prelate, the archbishop of Canterbury, and the founder of Scholasticism (which is defined by the Concise Columbia Encyclopedia as the “philosophy and theology of Western Christendom in the … Continue reading

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