Daily Archives: 17 January 2014

“… one Lord, one faith, one baptism …”

One of the octocardinals has conservative Catholics all fussy for permitting a non-Catholic and a woman to touch him in a liturgical way. Rev. Anne Robinson, liturgical toucher: I’ve been in so many places where I’ve been excluded in so … Continue reading

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Mediator Dei 130-131

Pope Pius XII speaks of adoration: 130. The Sacred Councils teach that it is the Church’s tradition right from the beginning, to worship “with the same adoration the Word Incarnate as well as His own flesh,”[Second Council of Constantinople, Anath, … Continue reading

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EG 54: The Trickle-Down Faucet is Empty

Pope Francis, in Evangelii Gaudium, asks for evidence. Is there any to be given? 54. In this context, some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing … Continue reading

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