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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC
Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross. Director, Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith & Reason, Dublin. Thomas More Fellow, ND Center for Ethics & Culture.
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 1h
Try the 6:15 pm Mass at University Church on Sunday evenings. Or pop in for Tuesday Taize at 6:00 and say hello at tea after.
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Kara N. Slade 7h
I persist in thinking Nietzsche was the last interesting atheist because he actually understood what Christianity is about: lifting up the weak, the poor, the sick...a new world where the last is first and the first last. The morality of the Magnificat and not the Ubermensch.
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 4h
Be nice, Ed.
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John deBary 5h
Wow imagine being able to tell the difference between wants and needs
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Gerry Kane 5h
Replying to @wrdcsc
No politics?? No arguments?? In the Holy Land?? Does this man know his Bible, I ask myself. The Holy City itself has been “liberated” from oppressors 27 times in history. Plus ca change. Have a ball!
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 6h
Thanks for the plug.
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 8h
Replying to @hpdowell
Happy to!
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 8h
Replying to @jadler1969
They really shouldn’t.
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Replying to @DPHanley1
Not sure if that’s an option with my group’s plans. Headed to airport now, will look into it. Storm has delayed our journey.
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Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC 8h
Off to Bethlehem. Fresh start here. All the ephemeral wiped away as this week is to focus on the eternal. No politics or arguments this week. Maybe some pictures. Peace.
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David M. Perry Jan 24
Ross thinks we save the humanities through faith. Max Boot thinks we need more dude history. Me? Just make college cheaper and let people take what they want. Students /want/ history, art, literature, philosophy. They just worry about $.
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