Monthly Archives: August 2013

Knowing your limitations

There are few things that I can do to aid Syria’s roughly two million Christians, the vast majority of which are Orthodox (and many of the remainder Eastern Catholic), but what I can I do, namely pray for them throughout … Continue reading

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Camus and Voltaire: Ecrasez l’infame

In Camus’ The Plague the telling scene comes about four fifths the way through the book, where the narrator, Rieux, goes swimming one night in the harbor with his compeer Tarrou. After the swim they have a conversation, really, it’s … Continue reading

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