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Daily Archives: 5 September 2012
I’ve been on the fence commenting about Cardinal Martini’s parting interview which has been getting lots of Catholic blogosphere traction the past few days. For a few days, it seemed enough to let others carry the ball on the supposed … Continue reading
EN 15 is a key section. We’ll cover it in a few posts rather than just one: 15. Anyone who rereads in the New Testament the origins of the Church, follows her history step by step and watches her live … Continue reading
The first considerations are the Eucharist, the other sacraments, and the Liturgy of the Hours, and more to follow: § 47 § The prayer life of the Church is richly diverse. The eucharistic liturgy, the other sacraments, and the Liturgy … Continue reading