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Thursday, October 08, 2020

Posted by Theology of Home on
Thursday, October 08, 2020

“Fundamentally, fruitfulness is about relationships — about sheltering, birthing, midwifing, cultivating, nourishing, and being receptive to the needs, gifts, and potential of others.”

— Theology of Home II: The Spiritual Art of Homemaking
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Saint John Leonardi ~ Luminous Mysteries

Guadalupe Roastery Brews Up New Catholic Vision for Private Enterprise, by Peter Jesserer Smith at NCR
    The Aesthetic Inversion in the Religious Conversion of St. Francis of Assisi, by Matthew Chominski at Church Life Journal
      Former Swiss Guard: My Most Powerful Weapon, by Mario Enzler at Cameron Blog
        French Country Style Tudor Home, by Jennifer at Town & Country Living
          With 18 New Postulants, Dominican Sisters in Michigan See a Vocations Boom Amid the Pandemic, by Rebecca Martin at OSV
            Great Outfits in Fashion History: Jackie Kennedy’s Fringed Cape, by Dara Prant at Fashionista
              Are We Cultivating the Mind of Christ?, by Fr. Nnamdi Monemi
                A Look at the Life of America’s Most Important Contemporary Woodworker, by Andrew Russeth at Architectural Digest

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                  TOH in the News: Theology of Home, by Christine Capecchi at Hawaii Catholic Herald

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