Daily Archives: 2 September 2006

Andrew Louth on the Protevangelion of St James.

The distinguished theologian and Russian Orthodox priest Andrew Louth writes this week’s “Credo” column in the Times, provocatively titled “There’s nothing untrue in the Protevangelion’s joyful, inaccurate tales.” The column is worth reading – I think, for instance, that it … Continue reading

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Lumen Gentium 21

Let’s get back to the thick of Vatican II’s statements on the hierarchy. First, the promise of Christ’s presence in the sacramental ministry of the Church. Accomplished through preaching, liturgical administration (notably baptism) the ministry of bishops is evident in … Continue reading

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