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Daily Archives: 3 March 2018
With word of Pope Francis authorizing a liturgical observance, a memorial, for Mary, Mother of the Church, some liturgical texts here, as yet untranslated from Latin: Reading: Genesis 3:9-15, 20 (enmity between Eve and the snake) Psalm: 87:1-2, 3+5, 6-7 … Continue reading
357. But hedonistic and individualistic consumerism, which jeopardizes human life for the sake of immediate unbridled pleasure, obscures the meaning of life and degrades it. Yes, this is a serious problem, but from within religion, the notion of a duality, … Continue reading