Daily Archives: 15 September 2021

Via Pulchritudinis: Accepting the Challenge, part 4

All cultures are not equally open to the transcendent and welcoming of Christian Revelation. Perhaps we have some elements in the First World who are closed to Christianity because of the contrary witness. Skeptics notice alliances with the powerful, and … Continue reading

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MR Prefaces: Common Preface V

The fifth of six prefaces which are labelled “Common” is labelled “The proclamation of the Mystery of Christ.” Faith, hope, and love, and what is essentially the Paschal Mystery cited in twenty-one words. The English translation of the Roman Missal … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 278: Christian Catholicity

278. Called to take root in every place, the Church has been present for centuries throughout the world, for that is what it means to be “catholic”. Or universal. She can thus understand, from her own experience of grace and … Continue reading

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