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Daily Archives: 26 May 2018
55. This is one of the great convictions that the Church has come firmly to hold. It is so clearly expressed in the word of God that there can be no question of it. And yet, people do still push … Continue reading
Years before Pope Francis called for reform on how the institutional Church handled broken marriages, the Aparecida bishops advocated for an initial step: diocesan tribunals that worked faithfully and with some dispatch: k) With regard to requests for annulment of … Continue reading