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Daily Archives: 13 November 2021
We continue headlong toward the end of the document, today looking at another CDWDS responsibility: The “confirmatio.” We’ve been dropping the term in the discussion quite a bit these past few weeks. Can we trust thinking of it as “confirmation”? … Continue reading
A simple error, or the corporate backing of modern media really wanted to twist the pope’s words. Usually, we only see this on conservative Catholic websites.
Where we left off, we had been exploring with John Paul II the biblical foundations of a two-fold classification of sin, and how the subsequent theologians, especially Augustine and Thomas Aquinas, refined Christian thinking on mortal and venial sin. How … Continue reading