Category Archives: Grace

Ontological Splendor of the Concrete

Glenn C. Arbery begins an article about Flannery O’Connor with: Toward the end of her life, Flannery O’Connor was often asked to speak about being a Southerner, as though this were a peculiar condition in need of explanation. In “The … Continue reading

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Feast of St Mary Magdalene

(h/t to Fr Zuhlsdorf’s WDTPRS),  from St. Augustine’s Tractate on the Gospel on John 3. “Jesus saith unto her, Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my … Continue reading

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The Fall from Grace

How should we properly understand Adam and Eve before the Fall? There’s a useful post on Taylor Marshall’s blog: How should we properly understand Adam and Eve before the Fall? This is a tough question and almost everything hinges on … Continue reading

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