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Daily Archives: 10 April 2018
Before we begin to look at Gaudete at Exsultate, it might be good to recall this document is defined as am Apostolic Exhortation, and refer to this summary of the types of papal writings. An Apostolic Exhortation is published to … Continue reading
The third section of this chapter (sections 391-398)addresses the Preferential Option for the Poor and Excluded. The Aparecida bishops reference Pope John Paul II’s 1999 apostolic exhortation in this paragraph: 391. This broad concern for human dignity is the source … Continue reading