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    Poverty and social services

    Traditional poverty is venerated because it cultivates the virtues of gratitude, humility, and contrition. And true virtue gives contentment and wisdom, so the poorman may be happy and wise. Modern social services are delicately contrived so as to mitigate or eliminate any risk of the poor man...
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    Secular culture reflects the heart of the church.

    When there is revival within the church, secular culture will constrain itself. When there is wontoness in the church, secular culture will be ever more wonton. We are waging a spiritual battle. But the battle is not us against the evil unfaithful. It is a war within ourselves against the...