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- The Armchair Liturgist: Sixth or Seventh Sunday?
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- On Vocations
- Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities
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Tag Archives: divorce and remarriage
Rocco whispered that something big is afoot in Rome and tomorrow at local noon there a presser will trot out two new documents that address the Catholic situation of declarations of nullity. And presumably, related issues. While the conservative side of … Continue reading
John Allen at Crux continues his pre-synod features on the family and related issues. I see the stories and mostly opinion pieces on that new site, including today’s projected compromise. Tackling the unforgiveable sin, remarriage after a divorce, this will … Continue reading
John Allen comments on the worry among some cardinals that Catholics are heading for a Humanae Vitae moment with divorced and remarried Catholics. Are hopes rising only to be dashed later? Mr Allen doesn’t think the comparison is a good … Continue reading
No official text (yet) of Cardinal Kasper’s address to the cardinals. Vatican Insider sums it up here. The PrayTell thread unraveled a bit last night, revealing a bit of obscenity (literally) on the part of one of tradition’s defenders. The … Continue reading