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Daily Archives: 30 November 2021
Let’s talk a bit more about Promoting Penance and Reconciliation: The church thus finds herself face to face with (people)-with the whole human world-wounded by sin and affected by sin in the innermost depths of (our) being. But at the same … Continue reading
Archbishop Domenico Battaglia’s Beatitudes for Bishops were adopted by the Holy Father, who shared them last month in a homily at an episcopal ordination. The original text is here, in Italian. I think they have applications outside of the office … Continue reading
I had heard the election results reported on NPR on my drive home this afternoon. I was curious to see what my friend John had to say, and it’s here. Once I had a plan for a cultural exchange, suggested … Continue reading