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Dr Kania’s Articles

Articles (in English) published in Church and Life

Eyes Wide Shut (cf. 1 Samuel 16: 7)

Christ teaches us how a person's heart may become blinded by pride, arrogance, and even education

A tale is told set in nineteenth century France of two men, strangers to one another, traveling on a train from Lille to Paris. The first man, a university student, had seated himself beside a peasant of seemingly good means. ...

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Playing God (cf. Genesis 37: 12 – 36)

A lack of cultural sensitivity, a lack of historical awareness, a lack of political context, blended with sheer arrogance, pride and then completed with more than a little military clout – is a dangerous cocktail for any world leader to ...

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The Shadowlands (cf. Job 19: 25)

C. S. Lewis

Rarely in motion pictures are the eternal questions of love, suffering and life depicted with such a degree of sensitivity and poignancy then in the 1993 motion picture, Shadowlands; a dramatic portrayal of the famous British author, C. S. Lewis ...

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Prisoner and Exile (cf. Isaiah 53: 3-4, LXX)

Josef Slipyj

Lakota: We should manufacture the authentic Christian revolution – work for all, bread for all, dignity for all men. Cardinal Leone: But without violence! Lakota: Well excuse me, but violence, is a reaction against a situation that has become intolerable; ...

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The Catholic Concordance

By Dr. Andrew Thomas Kania In the early part of the 15th Century a brilliant priest and mathematician, Nicholas of Cusa (1401 – 1464), began applying his substantial intellectual talents to solving a problem that for centuries had prevented the ...

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