Today’s Readings: 9-9-2022

I am an avid reader, and I have started adding to my daily reading material some of the articles that I have found on the internet. I am doing my best to only post or reference articles I find on the internet in Today’s Readings that are accurate in content, but I cannot guarantee total accuracy.

For those who are taking or have taken college credit courses (especially if graduate level courses), the reason professors require you to use peer reviewed journal articles is because those that are peer reviewed have been through a quality control process, so to speak, before they are published. Though I try to post only articles that contain accurate content, the articles listed here have probably not been through a quality control process.

If you have other articles you would like me to post on my running blog on this site and/or to post in my Today’s Readings, I am open to reviewing and possibly posting them. Just contact me via the contact page on this site. I would love to hear from you!

More SC lake homeowners are rushing to sell, new report shows. Here’s why

Long-term mortgage rates now at highest point since 2008

Texas libraries are removing books about Queen Elizabeth. The reason may surprise you

Dollar relaxes after steep climb, euro gains on ECB hike

What did Jesus think of immigration?

“…Descended himself from a long line of immigrants and refugees—from Adam and Eve through Abraham, Moses, all the way to Mary and Joseph forced to flee into Egypt—Jesus made hospitality to the outsider a pillar of his teaching and ministry.”

This article also appears in the September 2019 issue of U.S. Catholic (Vol. 84, No. 9, page 49).

What did Jesus think of immigration?

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