The no-shame game

August 2013
Our Sunday Visitor;8/18/2013, Vol. 102 Issue 16, p19
The author reflects on the absence of humility and contriteness among athletes and politicians and the responsibility of the Catholic Church to exemplify good behaviors at home, and insist on consequences for immoral behavior.


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