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Daily Archives: 19 October 2017
Some discussion at PrayTell on the petition of encouragement for Pope Francis. Some of the discussion involves thoughtfulness on the demerits of signing. From Fr Anthony Ruff: I admit that I’m a bit uneasy with this thing. It feels to … Continue reading
What is authentic apologetics? 229. Today the authentic apologetics practiced by Church fathers as explanation of the faith must be restored. Apologetics in itself does not have to be negative or merely defensive. Rather it entails the ability to say … Continue reading