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Daily Archives: 23 October 2016
NCReg has a full text of Archbishop Chaput’s address at Notre Dame. The smaller Church, whether purer or lighter or whatever has been getting some blowback and cheers, depending on where one sits in the bleachers. Are we concerned about numbers? … Continue reading
The parish is the locus of most of the Church’s ministry to families: 202. “The main contribution to the pastoral care of families is offered by the parish, which is the family of families, where small communities, ecclesial movements and … Continue reading