Daily Archives: June 7, 2012

Address by Cardinal Marc Ouellet at the International Theology Symposium, Maynooth

07. Jun, 2012 Address by Cardinal Marc Ouellet, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, at the International Theology Symposium, Maynooth THE ECCLESIOLOGY OF COMMUNION, 50 YEARS AFTER THE OPENING OF  VATICAN COUNCIL II INTRODUCTION Fifty years after the opening of … Continue reading

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London’s Churches lead Olympic ‘journey to peace’

The idea of an Olympic truce traces its origins back to the 8th century BC when a literal ‘laying down of arms’ was observed to allow athletes and spectators to travel safely to and from the Games in ancient Greece. … Continue reading

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Getting Free from the Hermeneutic of Suspicion

By: Msgr. Charles Pope I apologize for using one of those rather haughty theological words: Hermeneutic! I also know that many DO in fact know what the word means. But just in case you don’t let’s define it. Fundamentally a … Continue reading

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