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- On Vocations
- Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities
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Daily Archives: 25 April 2018
A different take on life’s challenges, that they offer an opportunity for continuing conversion. Many Christians see them as a things to be avoided. Pope Francis offers the witness of a few saints to bolster his premise. Let’s read: 17. … Continue reading
Today, a single section with five proposals that address the vast topic of international justice. Would you agree that bishops bear a responsibility for forming believers to act with virtue and ethics in society? 406. The Church in Latin America … Continue reading