A blessed Sunday to all our readers, the Sixteenth in Ordinary Time, or the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost in the usus antiquior. Either way, we celebrate the resurrection, which gives us joy and hope.
In that light we should read Paul Suski’s dire – but still hopeful – on Europe, and Poland in particular. Pope John Paul II warned his beloved country years ago – and I paraphrase – that, in casting off the shackles of Communism, they should not replace with those of hedonistic consumerism. Alas, but there is something rotten even in the heart of Catholic Poland, where the

Praise the Lord

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