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What's Wrong

Was chatting with my brother today, and he put the matter succinctly: In out economy it’s hard to do good and it’s really easy to do bad.

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  1. I might add that we did try to oust Feinstein the last time her re-election came up, but California is sort of a one Party state/small nation, and Feinstein is at the center of that power structure….


  2. Steven says

    I like the quote from Catholic Worker co-founder Peter Maurin: “We need to build a society where it is easier for people to be good.”

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    • I’ve not super studied on Peter Maurin or the Catholic Worker Movement. My background is Christian but evangelical-fundamentalist.

      Are you Catholic, Steven?

      Involved or studied in the Catholic Worker Movement?

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      • Steven says

        I am Catholic, not involved in Catholic Worker but I have become an admirer of the movement, Dorothy Day, and Peter Maurin. If there were a Catholic Worker locally to me I would enthusiastically show up to volunteer with them, though.

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