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Daily Archives: 6 October 2017
Those following this series know we’re gradually getting to the dozens of Masses for Various Needs and Occasions. Number eight of this series is titled, “For Ministers of the Church.” I think there’s a lot of fuss over nothing in … Continue reading
The CELAM bishops have a high regard for their deacons. The bar is set high. First, no lone rangers. These ministers are expected to cultivate ties with companions in ministry, especially other clergy: 206. Each permanent deacon must carefully cultivate … Continue reading