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Daily Archives: 24 June 2018
Rocco’s “Whisperfeed” alerted me to concern and complaints about another bishop, and an apostolic visitation in his diocese, Memphis. Local news read here. When an archbishop or two are called off the Confirmation circuit by the Vatican to poke around, … Continue reading
The bishops level these criticisms at men, the most significant of which is one of the causes for a deepening divide between Christianity and the world’s culture. 461. We must recognize that traditionally in Latin America and the Caribbean, a … Continue reading