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Jun
21

Oliver Greene is an artist with a rare talent and a unique mission in life. He has dedicated himself to the pursuit of helping to spread the word of the late Pope John Paul II (love and compassion for humanity). In fulfilling part of this mission, he has created a small number of solid bronze statues of the Blessed Pope. This article will feature an overview of this rare artist, and explain his mission in more detail. A majestic statue – the statues themselves were created by hand, using the lost wax casting method (explained below). The statue stands twenty-four inches tall, with a depth of nine inches. It weighs

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May
08

I am always amazed at the following. When a paedophile commits an act of crime and he is discovered and prosecuted it is he who gets the punishment and gets sued. If he works for an International company the company does not get sued but because it is a priest, the church gets sued. I am wondering if this type of law is correct. Yes I am well aware they have violated the children put in there care and exposed the church to scorn and our church did not handle these case correctly from the beginning and are themselves to blame for sticking there heads in the sands, while these

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Nov
03

Caritas: Selfless Love In Christian theology charity, or love (agape), is the greatest of the three theological virtues: Deus caritas est. – “God is love”. Love, in this sense of an unlimited loving-kindness towards all others, is held to be the ultimate perfection of the human spirit, because it is said to both glorify and reflect the nature of God. In its most extreme form such love can be self-sacrificial. Confusion can arise from the multiple meanings of the English word “love.” The love that is caritas is distinguished by its origin, being Divinely infused into the soul, and by its residing in the will rather than emotions, regardless of

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