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Daily Archives: 9 April 2018
I’ve never favored cherry-picking through an important read, be it the Bible, a set of instructions, or a church document. I do notice that some Vatican documents lack a table of contents. In my first scanning of Pope Francis’ new … Continue reading
So, a new apostolic exhortation from Pope Francis. My count is that it’s a bit short of twenty-thousand words. I’ve seen a reference to liturgy mid-document, sections 57-59, I think. Maybe later today, you’ll start seeing regular posts on it. … Continue reading