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Daily Archives: 4 February 2014
Mary is preeminent among the saints, and there are many reasons for this, based on Scripture as well as Tradition: 169. Among the saints in heaven the Virgin Mary Mother of God is venerated in a special way. Because of … Continue reading
Continuing the theme of city life: 72. In cities, as opposed to the countryside, the religious dimension of life is expressed by different lifestyles, daily rhythms linked to places and people. In their daily lives people must often struggle for … Continue reading