Daily Archives: 20 July 2021

Populorum Progressio 57: Growing Distortion

Pope Paul VI discusses a “Growing Distortion” perpetrated often on less industrial nations: 57. Highly industrialized nations export their own manufactured products, for the most part. Less developed nations, on the other hand, have nothing to sell but raw materials … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 221: Giving Things Up

Speaking of that covenant of mutuality mentioned in paragraph 220 … 221. Such a covenant also demands the realization that some things may have to be renounced for the common good. For someone, somewhere, and sometimes a lot of people, … Continue reading

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Traditionis Custodes 2: The Responsibility of the Bishop

The prescription in article 2 should not be a surprise to any watcher of Pope Francis. His clear initiative is that bishops take responsibility for their dioceses, and work together doing so. Vatican II (through its liturgy constitution), the ritual … Continue reading

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