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Daily Archives: 24 May 2018
The Holy Father cites two sources from the Middle Ages to reinforce the point there is no human power, gift, or ability that can acquire the grace of God: 53. The Second Synod of Orange taught with firm authority that … Continue reading
The Aparecida bishops suggest study to assist in giving their people pastoral guidance: h) Study the causes of family crises in order to deal with them in all their factors. Sociology, psychology, etc. Additionally, further training for clergy, catechists, and … Continue reading