The Fleet Sources – 20 February 2022 – Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time – 13-C

Be Still and Know That I Am God (N)– Pray Without Ceasing (C)–
From Your Lips to God’s Ear (T)

USCCB – Acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity

Catholic Tradition – Traditional Catholic Prayers, Acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity


Codes of Conduct (N) (C)

 World History Encyclopedia – “Code of Hammurabi”

Ducksters – “Ancient Mesopotamia Code of Hammurabi”

GMU – “Hammurabi’s Code,” by Nancy L. Stockdale

History – “Code of Hammurabi”


Church Builders (N) (C) – Builders of the Church (T)

New Advent – St. Polycarp

St. Mary’s Press – Saint Polycarp

Catholicism –


Scriptural Secrets (N)– Hidden Gems (C)– Buried Treasure (T)

Agape Bible Study:

St. Charles Borromeo Church, Picayune, MS


Catechetical Corner (N)– Catholic Passport (C)– Catholic I.D. (T)

Catechism of the Catholic Church – (CCC 1895, 1896)

Freedom Notes – “Young India, Seven Social Sins,” pg. 360 top, left column.

*Quote, Frederick Lewis Donaldson, as recorded by Gandhi
“Seven Social Sins (published in Young India, published the list in his weekly newspaper, Young India, on October 22, 1925, after received by a friend believed to be Frederick Lewis Donaldson, canon of Westminster Abby; called variously, Seven Roots of Evil, Seven Evils of the World, Seven Deadly Sins of Society):

1. wealth without work
2. pleasure without conscience
3. knowledge without character
4. commerce without morality
5. science without humanity
6. worship without sacrifice
7. politics without principle
*In case you’ve seen a Gandhi-inspired list with eight social sins, rather than seven, Gandhi’s grandson, Arun Gandhi, more or less inherited the list and added an eighth item: Rights without responsibilities.”

Open Culture –

Baltimore Sun – “Seven deadly social sins, Carroll County Times”

M.K. Gandhi – Writings, Sayings…


*Tugboat Challenge: Q&A




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