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Ultimately, the jobs, the degrees, the nice houses, are all chaff in God’s eyes—they do not make us virtuous or worthy.

“Laudato Si’” provides the language of solidarity: the Earth is our common home.

The pope appealed to Our Lady to teach people to care for others “without egoistic interests or hypocrisy.”

This “not” is no solution, whether it is hurled against Mr. Trump or against President Obama.

El Greco, The Virgin of the Immaculate Conception

Confidence in God makes Jesus sinless for us. Hope in humanity, in ourselves, does the same for Mary.

Mary shows us qualities to seek in our prayer life: receptivity to the divine word, thoughtful reflection and finally, the subordination of our wills to God’s wisdom.

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