Daily Archives: 7 October 2006

Peacemaking in the Caucasus?

Perhaps Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s life poses a question to us about nonviolence from one direction. As John De Gruchy recently wrote in a review of a book on Bonhoeffer, “Should we not be engaged in peacemaking as our Christian vocation? Should … Continue reading

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Lumen Gentium 57

The evangelist Luke presents Mary in a unique way and this tradition is recounted by the council: This union of the Mother with the Son in the work of salvation is made manifest from the time of Christ’s virginal conception … Continue reading

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Anointing and Healing

Last week in church, we Roman Catholics heard and meditated on the first part of the fifth chapter of the Letter of James. Other Christians quite possibly heard James 5:13-20 proclaimed from the pulpit. Needless to say, it might serve … Continue reading

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