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The oriental trend

admin / July 30, 2021

Corrado Gnerre Dear friend, your effort does a worthy work for the enhancement of the true roots of the West, so that – let’s face it frankly – we can become more and more attached to this West which seems to be more and more unwelcome. I wouldn’t want to be wrong, but Benedict XVI himself invited the West to…

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Let us try to be patient (2)

admin / July 30, 2021

Fausto Gomez OP Thomas a Kempis tells us that patience is necessary because we have to face many adversities in this life (cf. Imitation of Christ). What is the road to patience? God is patient with us. The omnipotent and merciful God is patient with his creation, with his creatures, especially the human being. God’s patience “is shown in his…

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The Red Priest

admin / July 30, 2021

Aurelio Porfiri I believe there are few musicians who have a posthumous contemporary fame like the Venetian Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), who died 280 years ago on 28 July in a situation of near poverty and buried in a mass  grave in Vienna, where he was at that time. He was then almost forgotten and revived in the past century. He…

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CRUCIAL NATIVE ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE (3) – Caring for our home

admin / July 30, 2021

Robaird O’Cearbhaill As Laudato si declares: Care for our common home, the planet, is our duty. Native people have been doing that for aeons, using traditional knowledge all over the world, before colonialism and large-scale intensive farming replaced native practices, except in isolated places. The research in studies into native environment skills has become more important as another way to…

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