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by Paul Hanly Furfey
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15. Furfey,, Fire on the Earth, 8–10, 27. 16. Muste, A. Non-Violence in an Aggressive World, 2d ed. (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1940), 176-89, refers to Christianity as composed of cells forming an Internationale.
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Paul Hanly Furfey in an undated photograph, ca. 1960s. But Furfey’s critiques came packaged with visions of social transformation.
In this compelling new book-drawn from conversations with and narrated by award-winning Vatican journalist John L. Allen, J. Barron, founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries . Books related to To Light a Fire on the Earth.
Through Barron’s smart, practical, artistic, and theological observations as well as personal anecdotes-from engaging atheists on YouTube to discussing his days as a young diehard baseball fan from Chicago-To Light a Fire on the Earth covers prodigious ground.
Through figures such as Virgil Michel, O. S. and Paul Hanley Furfey, this counter-tradition put forth a more compelling form of Catholic political and social theory, based more squarely on the beliefs and practices of the Church. No keywords specified (fix it). Categories
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Modern American environmentalism had developed in response to public dissatisfaction about polluted air, land .
Modern American environmentalism had developed in response to public dissatisfaction about polluted air, land, and water in the 1950's and 1960's. Some of the pollution was plain to see, hear, and smell: urban sprawl, choking smog, the Cuyahoga River on fire, ocean oil spills off Santa Barbara, dying fish in harbors, lakes, and rivers, jet aircraft contrails and noise, bill-boards, litter, and irresponsible aerial spraying of pesticides that killed farm animals, birds, and pets as well as insects.
Let None Dare Call it Liberty: The Catholic Church in Colonial America. Marian T. Horvat, P. Relatively little attention has been paid to the relentless hostility toward the Catholics of our 13 English colonies in the period that preceded the American Revolution. Such accommodation, I would contend, has continued into our days.
hope That We May Have Funerals in the Catholic Tradition A Pastoral Letter of the Most Reverend Richard J. . Malone, T. Bishop of Portland, to the clergy, religious and lay faithful of the Diocese. 2 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The promise of eternal life with God once the earthly journey of a faithful disciple has ended is the greatest hope, comfort and strength of our Catholic faith. As St. Paul taught the Christian community of Thessalonica: We do not want you to be unaware, brothers, about those who have fallen asleep, so that you may not grieve like the rest, who have no hope.