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By their fruits?

When the spirit of a council dictates, almost from day one, how the documents of a council are to be read and applied, then that spirit is the true fruit of the council, regardless what the documents may say. Luckily, … Continue reading

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Breathe it in 2.0 …

The title refers to my earlier discussion of Cdl. Sean “Gang of Eight” O’Malley’s ecumaniacal display in a Methodist chapel (followed up in greater depth in this post). A few months later we were graced with a much saner display from … Continue reading

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I’ve got your continuity right here, baby…

I had posted some of the following earlier in a different venue, but upon reviewing it, and adding some other quotations, I felt my mind literally reeling at how far (down) the Catholic discourse has come in only one and … Continue reading

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Protected: One is the holiest number that you’ll ever know…

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Why we can’t all just get along… #ecumenism #ecumanianism

The following are excerpts from USC’s 26 May 2014 post about how “Ecumenism is the Church’s Bad Dream“ With the pope’s much publicized trip to the Holy Land coming to an end, I thought it appropriate to look at the … Continue reading

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