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Daily Archives: 10 July 2014
Aparecida 56 – Cultural Diversity
Though many of us in the US may consider think of Latin Americans as all the same, the bishops at Aparecida are insistent on the cultural diversity of Latin America and the Caribbean which they as a wealth that can … Continue reading
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Making the case for better science education. 57 equals minus-81.
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EG 233: Putting the Word into Practice
Evangelii Gaudium offers a motto, but I think there’s more behind the short sentence than just a clever phrase. We’ve explored this the past two days. Let’s wrap up the thought with Pope Francis today as he moves from philosophy into … Continue reading
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