To love as a person is freely to wish goodness for someone ... Love always wants to affirm, and to better, one’s friend. Through the power of free choice, true love makes the friend, not the self, the beneficiary. Can there be a … [Read more...]
June 26, 2014 By Fr. Paul Conner, O.P.
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