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Joanna Thyer. When we are not sure, we are alive.

What do Pope Francis, Thomas Merton and Graham Greene have in common? Like Pope Francis, Thomas Merton and Graham Greene were individuals whose sheer complexity equipped them to address the often contradictory world we live in, in order to find … Continue reading

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Theresia Hiranabe. “My dreadful experience of war”: a Japanese perspective.

FEATURE, The Good Oil, August 18, 2015 For Japanese Good Samaritan Sister Theresia Hiranabe, the seventieth anniversary of the end of World War II is a timely opportunity to share her “dreadful experience of war” and how it led her … Continue reading

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