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Daily Archives: 7 September 2012
Let’s wrap up Evangelii Nuntiandi 15: – The Church is the depositary of the Good News to be proclaimed. The promises of the New Alliance in Jesus Christ, the teaching of the Lord and the apostles, the Word of life, the … Continue reading
For the activist Catholic Right, two consecutive bad words in the title of this section. It’s a reminder that God gathers a group of people, an assembly, and that God is unlimited by any human expectations. That said, church buildings … Continue reading