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Monthly Archives: April 2016
I had recently begun adding the a ability to print a PDF of the homily. The otherd day, I noticed that at the bottom of the page here there is a button that says “Print” that allows you to easily … Continue reading
Another post it just in case you missed this one….reyanna By Joshua McElwee April 26, 2016 National Catholic Reporter online Pope … Continue reading
Just in case you didn’t see this one……reyanna By Hans Kung April 26, 2016 National Catholic Reporter online Editor’s note: Fr. Hans Küng, the Swiss theologian, says that he … Continue reading
By the Editors April 19, 2016 Commonweal Magazine online When the Vatican released Amoris laetitia (“The Joy of Love”), Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation on marriage and … Continue reading
•Acts 14:21-27 • Revelation 21:1-5a • John 13: 31-35• Weekly Scripture Readings: Fifth Sunday of Easter To print a PDF of the homily click HERE. Christ is risen! Truly he is risen!! Again this week I begin with a word … Continue reading
This post has been updated. The original posting had listed the author of this article incorrectly. My apologies….reyanna By Rita Ferrone April 20, 2016 … Continue reading
By NCR Editorial Staff April 16, 2016 National Catholic Reporter online Amoris Laetitia is a profound reflection on the reality of family life in contemporary society, and … Continue reading
I’m sorry for the lateness of this posting. Life had some other plans for me these past few days….reyanna •Acts 13:14, 43-52 • Revelation 7:9, 14b-17 • John 10:22-30• Weekly Scripture Readings: Fourth Sunday of Easter To print a PDF … Continue reading
When I talk with friends about Pope Francis and issues in the church, a common question asked in is “Why doesn’t he just change doctrine?”. I think it pretty safe to say that the man values his life and also … Continue reading
This is the first of just a few articles I am going to post on the pope’s Apostolic Exhortation, the ones that that I think are worthwhile. Many of the articles on the Internet have become quite repetitive in nature … Continue reading