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Monday, April 18, 2005

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» Ratzinger's homily today from Papa Familias
Ratzinger presided over the Mass today before the Cardinals entered the conclave. Mark Brumley over at Ignatius Insight has the text of his homily. All of the newsmedia reports you see of course quote his [accurate] remarks about the defiencies... [Read More]

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» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
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» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
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» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
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» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
To question and seek an understanding of faith is an action parallel to the realization of self; it is not a quest to seek change in the Church to conform to personal moral convenience. Through an honest understanding of one's... [Read More]

» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
To question and seek an understanding of faith is an action parallel to the realization of self; it is not a quest to seek change in the Church to conform to personal moral convenience. Through an honest understanding of one's... [Read More]

» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
To question and seek an understanding of faith is an action parallel to the realization of self; it is not a quest to seek change in the Church to conform to personal moral convenience. Through an honest understanding of one's... [Read More]

» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
To question and seek an understanding of faith is an action parallel to the realization of self; it is not a quest to seek change in the Church to conform to personal moral convenience. Through an honest understanding of one's... [Read More]

» There Is No Spoon from Fraternitas Vitae
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Carl Olson

Fabulous! I especially like the Cardinal's use (both here and elsewhere) of the descriptive: "the dictatorship of relativism."

Carl Olson

Fabulous! I especially like the Cardinal's use (both here and elsewhere) of the descriptive: "the dictatorship of relativism."

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