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Why the Roman Catholic Church MUST canonize Donald Trump

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) meeting in Florida this past week denounced the Trump administration’s  policy of separating children from their immigrant parents.  “Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the USCCB and archbishop of Galveston-Houston” says, “Families are the foundational element of our society and they must be able to stay together…Separating babies from their mothers is not the answer and is immoral.”  ( 246 more words

Roman Catholicism

Why a true Eastern Roman could never accept communion with Papacy?

An excerpt from the ‘Introduction’ of the book “Byzantium, An Introduction to East Roman Civilization”, Edited by Norman H. Baynes and H. St. L. B. Moss, gives the answer to our title’s question. 285 more words

History

Where did East Rome depend for its longevity as a State? What was the crucial difference between the Latin Church and the Orthodox Church?

An excerpt from the ‘Introduction’ of the book “Byzantium, An Introduction to East Roman Civilization”, Edited by Norman H. Baynes and H. St. L. B. Moss, gives the answer to our title’s question. 304 more words

History

“Lorient before World War II” by S.M. O’Connor

Louis Nail was a lawyer active in Lorient who was elected to the Council of Morbihan in 1898 and served as Mayor of Lorient from 1904 to 1912.  695 more words

Brittany

CFP: Papal Patronage and Interventions at RSA Conference 2019

Papal Patronage and Interventions | Renaissance Society of America Annual Conference 2019 | Toronto, CA | 17-19 March, 2019

One of the several panels at next year’s RSA Annual Conference will be… 189 more words

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Catholic Pharisees and Protestant Samaritans

I considered Catholics Pharisees for more than a decade.

A common biblical paradigm for Protestants to justify rejecting Catholicism is likening the Catholics to Pharisees; those who “make their phylacteries long,” or “have neglected the weightier matters.” I understand the appeal of this claim. 3,544 more words

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