Category Archives: A Prodigious Love

A Prodigious Love: Anonymous

What would life be like if no one knew your name or who you are? You could still buy the things you need. You could still attend a concert, take a vacation, or eat out at a restaurant. It is possible for much of life to be lived anonymously as a series of impersonal transactions.…
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A Prodigious Love: A Personal Encounter

Being the person the Mass invites us to be can be a real challenge. In his encyclical letter, Deus Caritas Est Pope Benedict XVI describes part of that challenge when he says, "Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which…
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A Prodigious Love: Joy on a Louisville Street

Alone in a crowd. It is not good to feel alone when there are hundreds of people present in the same place with you. It is not good to feel alone when there is someone in the seat right next to you. Close together, yet far apart. In his book, Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander,…
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A Prodigious Love: A Reason to Smile

At Mass are you uplifted and inspired by the other people who are worshiping with you? Do you feel a sense of community when celebrating the Eucharist with people whose company you truly enjoy? Is community and caring reflected in your smile and in the way you acknowledge the people next to you, the people…
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