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I have just been enjoying some truly great times with friends in London, including a day trip to Canterbury. In the middle of this holiday, I took a jaunt to Oxford to give a paper about canon law in the era of Robert Grosseteste’s early career, in 1190s England. 444 more words
Isn’t this what caused mainline Protestantism to go south, namely, identifying the church with the work of building human civilization? George Weigel explains:
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If there’s anything Catholics in the United States should have learned over the past two decades, it’s that order—in the world, the republic, and the Church—is a fragile thing.
We often hear on the news that the pope is sometimes address as “Holy Father”, those who are not Catholics this title is some sort of blasphemy because it attributes holiness to the pope.The Protestant opinion regarding the title “Holy Father” is far off from what the Catholic Church actually teaches. 747 more words