https://www.todaysamericancatholic.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/JANFEB19_Lavine.jpg 600 900 tac https://www.todaysamericancatholic.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/tac-logo.png tac2019-02-21 18:53:532019-11-15 09:42:30The Spiritual Lessons of Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address by Douglas Lavine
This was no “mission accomplished” speech, no self-congratulatory paean to the victor, by the victor. It was the opposite: a humble, unadorned statement by Lincoln of how he viewed the war in its larger, deeper sense.
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In medieval Western European maps of the world, Jerusalem is depicted as lying at the center of everything, the “navel of the universe.” If medieval cartographers were rather foggy about the distant…