Tag Archives: Christianity

BOOK REVIEW: Beyond Original Sin

Irish writer Diarmuid O”Murchu has kept up his a book-a-year publication pace with yet another new book, Beyond Original Sin: Recovering Humanity’s Creative Urge, in which he returns to his fundamental thesis that the patriarchy under which we have lived … Continue reading

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Christmas 2018

Merry Christmas, all It is  a wonderful world New Year blessings, all     Click on smaller images for larger format All images from the Marian Library collection.

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RESURRECTION!

He is not here…A joyous Easter of unbounded joy to all!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS

  Darkness has vanished Blessings to all of good will Our God is with us. Images are from the collection of the University of Dayton Marian Library. To see the complete collection go to https://udayton.edu/imri/art/creche-collection/international-collection-intro/index.php

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GO, WENT, GONE: a book review

Go, Went, Gone, a novel by Jenny Erpenabeck, tells the story of Richard, a retired East Berlin professor and his relationship with recent immigrants from Africa who are seeking asylum and attending German language classes. Hence the title from their … Continue reading

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The Benedict Option: a book review

  In his new book, The Benedict Option, author Rod Dreher suggests that Christian churches are heading into a New Dark age in which the power and prestige of the church will be diminished and members will suffer a loss of … Continue reading

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