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Daily Archives: 14 March 2022
This paragraph and the two sections that follow address the question: Is Christian hope individualistic? 13. In the course of their history, Christians have tried to express this “knowing without knowing” by means of figures that can be represented, and … Continue reading
We come to the last major part of Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us. “Part IV: A Plan for Ministry — Organizing for Adult Faith Formation” will occupy us as we look at parishes first (paragraphs 113-153) and then the … Continue reading