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Daily Archives: 2 December 2019
The word’s out today that GIA is absorbing WLP. I have friends and contacts in both organizations. I suspect a little holiday uncertainty and a pile of work ahead is causing a bit of stress across Chicagoland. GIA has been … Continue reading
It’s been whispered that a bishop will resign in Buffalo the day after tomorrow. With western NY Catholics polling six-to-one in favor of Bishop Malone vacating the see, this must be a relief. Even among the bishop’s supporters. We had … Continue reading
Pope Francis references this document in paragraph 222. Veritatis Gaudium treats ecclesiastical institutions, not Catholic universities and colleges. But the principles listed below apply anywhere youth and young adults are educated. 222. Catholic schools remain essential places for the evangelization … Continue reading