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Daily Archives: 14 April 2018
Pope Francis lauds the virtue of patience. He also adjusts the more common notion of a Church militant. Is this the first of many stings toward the more extreme portions of Catholicism? In comparing the efforts of one Michael Voris, … Continue reading
The Aparecida bishops have been consistent through this documents as well as the three conferences that preceded: 396. We commit ourselves to work so that our Latin American and Caribbean Church will continue to be, with even greater determination, a … Continue reading