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Flannery O’Connor’s Manhattan Memorial (Teilhard de Chardin Reference)

  I found this article from the New Yorker re the Flannery O’Connor induction to the American Poets Corner at St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York, with a nice reference to Teilhard de Chardin’s impact on her writings. … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (April 7, 2014): Everything That Rises Must Convert (Part II)

“In short we may say that faith in Man, by the combined effect of its universality and its elemental quality, shows itself upon examination to be the general atmosphere in which the higher, more elaborated forms of faith which we … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (March 31, 2014): Everything That Rises Must Converge (Part I)

[This Quote of the Week is inspired by the fact that I am rereading Flannery O’Connor] “It is true that at the outset it presupposes a certain fundamental concept of the place of Man in Nature. But as it rises … Continue reading

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