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The Greeting and the Faithful Witness

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The greeting “grace and peace” was a standard opening in ancient times. Note Romans 1:7. The phrase “who is, was and is to come” is a reflection of a Greek title, which stands for an eternal deity. 308 more words

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Scots Priest Bans "Communion To Go"

We frequently hear stories of liturgical shenanigans from readers who are still attending the novus ordo Mass.  A reader sent us the bulletin for his parish in Glasgow dated 24th April, 2016, wherein the following item stood out – a mile… 532 more words

A CofC Christian Pokes His Head out of the Fortress: Asks, "When Did the Church Begin?"

CofC Christians,

One force that pushed my conversion towards Catholicism from non-Catholic, Stone-Campbellite (Protestant; adj.) Christianity was my respect for the theology of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, who is already our former pope (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI). 4,808 more words

Church Of Christ

President Nelson April 2016

I missed the priesthood session of conference this year, and I’m really loving President Nelson’s talk this morning:

We need to pray from our hearts. Polite recitations of past and upcoming activities, punctuated with some requests for blessings, cannot constitute the kind of communing with God that brings enduring power.

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Priesthood (Catholic Church)

The 21st century has been a rough one for the Catholic Church, Priests, and Christianity as a whole.

I think it’s time we recognize Priests and Pastors for the wonderful work they do. 305 more words

Küng Claim: Dogma of Infallibility Up For Discussion - How Likely Is That?

Fr. Hans Küng, the Swiss theologian, has told The Tablet that he has received a letter from Pope Francis that responds to his “request to give room to a free discussion on the dogma of infallibility”.     1,214 more words

1. Celibacy Beyond Sex

Forty-eight (48) priests and deacon attended the recollection on August 31 – September 1, 2009 at Villa Princessita, Koronadal City. Fr. Enrico Gonzales, OP facilitated. 522 more words

Clergy Recollection