Daily Archives: 18 June 2014

Dies Domini 78: Saints

After feasts pertaining to Christ, we have the Blessed Mother, then martyrs and other saints: 78. Likewise, “in celebrating this annual cycle of the mysteries of Christ, the holy Church venerates with special love the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of … Continue reading

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What Support?

Jimmy Mac’s archbishop is taking heat for attending a political rally. In turn, he offers a challenge to those who think his participation is imprudent: Cordileone also turned the tables on his critics, claiming that “there is plenty of offensive … Continue reading

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Aparecida 48-49: Women

Throughout the Aparecida document the bishops will turn to questions related to women. Paragraphs 48 and 49 treat women with two different approaches. First of all, the bishops are aware of the precarious situation of women in Latin America, as … Continue reading

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EG 200: A Lack of Spiritual Care

This small post is straightforward. Pope Francis chides Catholic believers for the “worst discrimination.” 200. Since this Exhortation is addressed to members of the Catholic Church, I want to say, with regret, that the worst discrimination which the poor suffer … Continue reading

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