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Daily Archives: 20 December 2013
You can access Mediator Dei on the Vatican web site. It might be that the following error was more prevalent in 1947: 83. For there are today, Venerable Brethren, those who, approximating to errors long since condemned[Cf. Council of Trent, … Continue reading
People expecting renewal and reform for its own sake, or along the lines of modern political currents are totally misreading this pope. Continuing our examination of Evangelii Gaudium, we do read of a seismic shift from self-preservation in a hostile world, … Continue reading
Merriam-Webster online defines vigor: 1. active bodily or mental strength or force 2. active healthy well-balanced growth especially of plants 3. intensity of action or effect :force 4. effective legal status Bishop Daniel Condon wrote to the NYT contesting a small part of the … Continue reading