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The proper understanding of the body is essential to understanding the person
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A banquet that has no room for guests offers bread to choke on
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This is no time for mute prophets, for the Church is in “a lively battle for the dignity of man”
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Today Jesus is asking parents, “are you ready to set out on the parental journey?”
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Perhaps many “Catholics” do not accept the encyclical. But whether they heed or resist, “they shall know that a prophet has been among them.”
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Death is bad. Life is good. It is good because it is a gift, the gift of a loving God.
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The tree’s good fruit is its beauty — being what it should be, just like us, is God’s Glory.
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Perhaps we should make the motto of summer “when a kid can be a kid.”
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We should realize is that the connection between “good” and “God” is a peculiarly Judaeo-Christian thing.
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Instead of looking for Life behind rolled-away stones, we now seek it under rocks.
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“We are in the front line of a lively battle for the dignity of man.” —Pope St. John Paul II
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This rare convergence is a good time to remind people that true love demands sacrifice — and that contraception offends God
John Grondelski

John M. Grondelski (Ph.D., Fordham) is former associate dean of the School of Theology, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.  He is especially interested in moral theology and the thought of John Paul II.