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Daily Archives: 13 April 2020
Like yesterday’s Gospel reading from John, the framers of the Pastoral Care lectionary have another narrative for serving people who are sick and dying. It’s an interesting choice, as it involves the end of Luke’s Passion moving into the women’s … Continue reading
In the post-synodal exhortation, Pope Francis looks at the starting points for an Amazonian holiness, and after a small break for the Paschal Triduum, we will continue with him here. 79. It is possible to take up an indigenous symbol … Continue reading