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Daily Archives: 3 July 2018
Three of the nine proposals on life issues from the Aparecida bishops involve group effort of some sort. First choice, a conference: c) Promote forums, panels, seminars, and congresses to study, consider, and analyze concrete contemporary issues about life in … Continue reading
On a friend’s facebook feed, I noted a link this op-ed from last month’s edition of US Catholic. I confess I don’t get trussed up about people arriving late for Mass. I commented on the link that (I think) I experienced … Continue reading
Pope Francis reminds his readers that the Bible describes many moments congruent to the Lord’s Passion: 92. Whatever weariness and pain we may experience in living the commandment of love and following the way of justice, the cross remains the … Continue reading