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Daily Archives: 2 July 2014
EG 220-221: A Culture of Encounter
Free people contribute to peace and justice by means of a commitment to a common good, and not as pawns used by various powers. Pope Francis speaks of the need for a culture, a hermeneutic if you will, of “encounter.” … Continue reading
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What Lies Beneath?
Dawn Eden did some digging and thinks there’s something behind black masses that will get the attention of liberals, non-religious, and the like. Don’t get me wrong on this: as a liturgist, I can feel my dander rising whenever my … Continue reading
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Two Weeks of Worthy Women: Francesca Cabrini
Francesca Cabrini was born in Italy in 1850. Several orders denied her application to enter religious life in her teens. Why? Health concerns. It didn’t stop her from dedicating her life to God. She served as a teacher. Then she … Continue reading
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