Celebrar a Santa Cruz

Anúncios

Calado, não asneirava

Perante a identificação de Rui Rio com a proposta bloquista em tornar mais socialista o sector imobiliário, sugiro ao líder social-democrata a leitura do artigo de Adolfo Mesquita Nunes: Taxa Robles (disponível para assinantes).

 

9/11

Metropolita Hilarion de Volokolamsk – Universidade Católica – 19 de Setembro, às 18h30

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“Não somos concorrentes, mas irmãos.”
“Ortodoxos e católicos estão unidos não só pela Tradição comum da Igreja do primeiro milénio mas também pela missão de pregar o Evangelho de Cristo no mundo de hoje.”
Declaração conjunta, de Havana, do Papa Francisco e Patriarca Kirill (par.24)

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Corbyn on ISIS: “The important thing is to challenge Islamophobia and racism.”

Jay Austin and Lauren Geoghegan

Millennial Couple Bikes Near ISIS Territory to Prove ‘Humans Are Kind’ and Gets Killed

“Evil is a make-believe concept we’ve invented to deal with the complexities of fellow humans.”

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Shouldn’t Catholic motherhood be a career in itself?

Is a Catholic mother’s place really in the home?
Why shouldn’t Catholic motherhood be a career in itself?
Por Joanna Bullivant.

It is worth pondering why John Paul II should not be more explicit on the subject of women’s work. Firstly, in his characterisation of woman as demonstrated by Mary, he recognises not the incomplete “Adam’s Rib” of medieval theology, but the exemplar of human choice: the fully human subject, the “I” who chooses to accept God. Thus, so much of women’s subjectivity is, like men’s, about individual faith and conscience in discerning God’s will. Secondly, if we believe that womanhood is about the potential to embrace and nurture life, then activities outside the home are no measure of what a woman actually is. The “genius of woman” does not disappear at the door to the workplace, any more than that of a man.

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