Do you remember a few years ago when Pope Benedict traveled to England?
Do you remember his speech in Westminster Hall?
Fr. Robert Barron discusses the rich irony of the speech in the context of St. Thomas More, whose feast day we celebrate today …

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On this feast day for the great St. Thomas More, watch this excerpt from the Academy Award winning film, “A Man for All Seasons.” Paul Scofield won best actor for his portrayal of Thomas More, the man of great conscience …

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Can God’s own word as set down by the Apostle leave Luther untouched, “I will put my laws in their hearts; I shall inscribe them on their minds”? [Heb 8:10, 10:16]
He makes no mention of stone or wood, for as the old law was stamped by Him upon external stone, so will the new be inscribed with His own finger in the book of the heart; that which existed so briefly upon the hardest material will be made to last forever on the softest.
So it has pleased God to show His power …

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What force has this pronouncement of Christ’s: “The Holy Spirit, the Paraclete, when He comes, will guide you into all truth”? [John 16:13]
He doesn’t say that the Spirit will “write” to you or whisper in your ear, but he will lead you, will form you interiorly, and with His breath will show your hearts the way to all truth …

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Guest contributor, Tom Maly, reflects upon the prophet Ezekiel and St. Thomas More, who left us with this thought-provoking quote: “Reputation, fame, honor — what is all that but a breath of air from another person’s mouth, no sooner spoken but gone? Thus whoever finds delight in them is feeding on wind.”

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