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Daily Archives: 18 September 2012
A good reminder that neither the Church nor its members chooses who will be evangelized and saved. God’s grace invites very soul. The question is: are we on board with the effort? 27. Evangelization will also always contain – as … Continue reading
Today’s bishops seem overpopulated with canon lawyers and not enough spiritual directors. I was glad to see one of my former bishops, one from the latter category, honored by his brothers, including the Jovial One: Only a couple of minutes into his … Continue reading
Without getting into specifics, BLS opens the discussion by suggesting traditional symbolism for the design of the font: § 68 § Water is the key symbol of baptism and the focal point of the font. In this water believers die … Continue reading