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Daily Archives: 27 October 2011
God’s new covenant is at the center of Christianity. The consequences for Christian believers are obvious, but it also impacts how we view non-believers. Christianity is not just a sect that follows a great teacher. Faith compels us to something … Continue reading
The GIRM gives some history on the 15th century council’s important, but misguided determination: 11. The Council of Trent had already recognized the great catechetical usefulness contained in the celebration of Mass but was unable to bring out all its … Continue reading