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Daily Archives: 7 February 2015
In this section, a few words on the formation of members of religious communities. You can check the full document online here. 26. Superiors should see to it with all solicitude that their religious remain faithful to their vocation. They … Continue reading
White cat sticks close to White Hart Lane as Harry Kane lifts his side to the top of North London. Swans versus Black Cats next.
At dotCommonweal, Peter Nixon’s post generates some thoughtful comment. Likely a bit more intelligent than chit-chat at the kitchen table of Star of the Sea rectory. I wonder what Father Illo or Cardinal Burke would say about my parish. No altar … Continue reading
Chapter Six continues on the theme of angels: 215. The Church, which at its outset was saved and protected by the ministry of Angels, and which constantly experiences their “mysterious and powerful assistance” (Catechism 336), venerates these heavenly spirts and … Continue reading