The Council for Christian Unity Faith and Order Advisory GroupThe Council for Christian Unity Faith and Order Advisory Group
Growing Together in Unity and Mission in terms of the Roman Catholic involvement in ecumenical dialogue with Christians of other traditions in general and with the Anglican Communion in particular
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The City of London and the Plantation of Ulster by Professor James Stevens CurlThe City of London and the Plantation of Ulster by Professor James Stevens Curl
European powers formed no high opinion was eventually shunted off to Rome, where the survivors lived out their remaining days on papal and Spanish pensions
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The Catholic ChurchThe Catholic Church
The Church is the Mystical Body of Jesus Christ. Her Head is Jesus; her soul is the Holy Spirit; her members are the Catholic faithful, her life is Grace
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May They All Be OneMay They All Be One
Disunity raises urgent We thank God that in this century much progress has been made, although we recognize that there is still a long road to travel
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Terms to know line of demarcationTerms to know line of demarcation
We wish to confirm once more that the task of evangelizing all people constitutes the essential mission of the Church. – Pope Paul VI in Evangelii Nuntiandi
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What Washington Was About!What Washington Was About!
The following articles are reprinted from several different sources. These stories are printed in order to shed more light on this great man of God, our First President of the United States of America!
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Cna jan 7, 2015 Charism and Consecrated Life By Sr. Joan L. Roccasalvo, C. S. JCna jan 7, 2015 Charism and Consecrated Life By Sr. Joan L. Roccasalvo, C. S. J
In popular jargon, the word charisma is used to describe a person with dazzling gifts of charm or grace. Charismatic individuals form part of every walk of life—stage, screen, sports, and faith-traditions
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Human Suffering and the Paschal MysteryHuman Suffering and the Paschal Mystery
Suffering presents one of the greatest challenges to faith. Why would God allow suffering if he loved us? Why would God the Father send His Son to have to suffer? How could there be a hell if God wants everyone to be saved?
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To all priests and religious working in the archdiocese of lagos, and the lay faithfulTo all priests and religious working in the archdiocese of lagos, and the lay faithful
Ugust. Gradually, the year is drawing to a close. We therefore must think about how we have fared with our spiritual lives and how much we have been faithful to the tasks entrusted to us by Our Lord Jesus Christ
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