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Daily Archives: 7 March 2015
Our friend Dick Martin posted again, if you follow the recent comments. On an OCF post, he wrote: “One day we shall joyfully greet him/her again when the love of Christ, which conquers all things, destroys even death itself.” This … Continue reading
The motu proprio Ecclesiae Sanctae has two important provisions cited in this section, namely that religious women and men serve under the legal umbrella of the local bishop and the bishops’ conference: 53. The following dispositions of the Apostolic Letter … Continue reading