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Daily Archives: 8 March 2010
A week-long course at the Vatican began today on the sacrament of penance. Targeted students: young priests. Complex or difficult situations in the sacrament will be addressed by Bishop Gianfranco Girotti and Jesuit Father Ivan Fucek, regent and theologian of … Continue reading