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Path to Church Unity is NOT Institutional Merger...Cardinal Kasper

If Cardinal Kasper can say this
about ecumenical unity,

might this also be wisdom for unity
WITHIN the Church?

… wisdom for our Roman Catholic Church…

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Can a Catholic be a feminist? Here's why John Paul II thought so

Too often we see feminism as an ideology at odds with the teachings of the Church. It’s good to remember, however, that there were and still are many types of feminism: radical, liberal, postmodern, Marxist, and academic. 1,081 more words

For Her

How to find God when disaster strikes

Recently it seems like nature has some sort of grudge against humanity. With multiple hurricanes affecting millions of lives, wildfires ravaging the countryside, and massive earthquakes adding to the death toll, it can appear to some that God is taking a vacation. 590 more words


Carrying the Cross

The fourth sorrowful mystery we focus on the carrying of the cross. It is mentioned in passing in all the Gospels and is the entirety of the Stations of the Cross. 300 more words


The often-overlooked about why Carroll, Cornwell, and so many other post-Hochhuth liberal Westerners have fallen into the KGB trap and watered the poppy seeds of its framing of Pius XII, is that their works were ultimately not about Pius.

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#OTD in Irish History – 3 September:

In the Liturgical calendar, it is the Feast day of St McNisse, baptised by St Patrick, and later consecrated him the first abbot-bishop of Kells, which became the diocese of Connor. 902 more words

Irish History

In the 1950s and 1960s, most Latin Americans were poor, religious peasants who had accepted the status quo, and Khrushchev was confident they could be converted to communism through the judicious manipulation of religion.

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