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Daily Archives: 30 May 2018
Pope Francis draws very widely from the testimony of the saints in his documents. In this paragraph, continuing commentary on the unintentional cluttering of the preaching of the Gospel. 59. Once we believe that everything depends on human effort as … Continue reading
441. In this regard we propose some pastoral guidelines: Let’s read the first of nine Aparecida bishops’ suggestions for ministry to children: a) Draw inspiration from the attitude of Jesus toward children, that of respect and welcome as the favorites … Continue reading