Wisdom on Wednesdays—Among peasants and kings

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Nativity, oil on canvas, 30 x 36 in.

“Peace may only be made when each Catholic withdraws from the class-struggle and finds what lodgings he can in the stable.  He must see the world from without, among peasants and kings.”  (May 22, 1932)

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Wisdom on Wednesdays—Nothing to lose in the world

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Gertrude, October 1919, pastel on paper, 20 x 17 in.

“The minute a man has something to lose in the world is he enslaved.
“Or to put it better, when one decides he has nothing to lose he can be true and charitable.”  (1962)