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Daily Archives: 2 December 2009
Another liturgy thread at dotCommonweal. It’s a more thoughtful topic than Kenneth Wolfe’s knee-jerk shot this past Sunday, so it probably won’t garner anywhere near the 130-plus comments Mr Wolfe inspired. Quoting the Jesuit Robert Taft, an important question (during a … Continue reading
I caught this story on a few internet news sources yesterday: Argentina’s bishops promoting baptism, even when the parents are disinterested in religion. Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, president of the Argentine bishops’ conference: The child has no responsibility for the condition … Continue reading