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On the Assumption

Recently I found a page on opusdei.org that has reflections on the Blessed Virgin Mary including an ebook on her life.  Below is a poem that they had posted relating to the… 163 more words

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Theological Differences between Catholic Rites?

Theological Differences
(Excerpt below from from:  Doctrine | From East to West)

Is it true that the Eastern Catholic Churches are allowed to have different theological expressions?

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The Da Vinci Code 50-53: A Howling Hot Mess Of English Stereotypes

Last time on The Da Vinci Code, Andre the banker – who had previously been helping our heroes – decided to turn on them, probably because…I don’t actually know why he did that. 2,881 more words

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June 26: WHO IS ST. JOSEMARIA? A brief biography

A Brief Biography 

On June 26, or days before or after, Masses all over the world will be celebrated in honor of St. 1,056 more words


The Da Vinci Code 45-47: Wood Recognition At The Monty Python Learning Annex

Previously on The Da Vinci Code Langdon and Sophie went to Gringotts or some such shit, and a Swiss banker named Andre Vernet – who conveniently knew her grandfather – tells them that Sophie’s mysterious key is to a safe deposit box, but it’s useless without the account number. 2,424 more words

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Fr. Louis Joachim Munoz: Farewell My Dear Friend

This post is a 2013 Guardian article by Professor Mark Nwagwu of the Department of Biological Sciences, Paul University, Awka.

It was Tuesday, March 19, 2013, a day when Roman Catholics celebrated the Solemnity of St. 1,492 more words


The Da Vinci Code 39-41: Died Peacefully In Bed Of A Blunt Traumatic Head Wound

Previously on The Da Vinci Code, Sophie and Robert found themselves driving through the porno woods, Bob droned on a lot about the Knights Templar, and a multiple choice involving buttocks turned out to have ‘buttocks’ as one of the least ridiculous options. 2,412 more words

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