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Recently, inside Church circles, a debate took place as to whether Therese of Lisieux should be named a "doctor" of the Church. Her proponents pointed to her influence within the faith and argued few theologians or writers, at least not within the last century, have touched as many lives as Therese.
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Several years ago, Roger Rosenblatt, in an essay in Time magazine, offered this advice to his son who was graduating from high school and heading off to college: "Whatever you do in life, be sure to admire others who do it as well or better than you.
A number of things should be clarified to help us properly contextualize the present crisis of sexual abuse within the Church.