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Daily Archives: 7 March 2022
The US Bishops offer six bullet points in Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us that deal with the Missionary Spirit. No catechism reference here, just the GDC 84, 86-87. Cultivate an evangelizing spirit among all the faithful as an integral element of … Continue reading
This has been admittedly slow-going. Reminds me of reading Hans Küng or Karl Rahner in grad school. Nevertheless, we continue on the relationship between the present and the future … 8. This explanation is further strengthened and related to daily … Continue reading