Daily Archives: July 26, 2012

Feast Day of Joachim and Anne: Giotto’s Life of Joachim – A Picture Cycle

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Secrets Behind The Forbidden Books: The long history of the Index

There is a quite interesting article of 2005, published by American Magazine, for copyright reasons, only excerpts are published here (for fulltext, please go to the Magazine’s Webpage): The Vatican offices that published the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, which were active … Continue reading

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Is There Grace in Being Refused Absolution?

Andrew M. Greenwell writing on Catholic.org from his own experience: During my confession, I told Fr. Bourgeois that I had been a Catholic, that I was currently attending the Episcopal Church, but that I wanted to confess my sins.  Fr. … Continue reading

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New Vatican doctrinal chief talks about SSPX, LCWR discussions

By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Asked about how he would handle the most controversial cases he inherited, the new head of the Vatican’s doctrinal office said, “For the future of the church, it’s important to … Continue reading

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