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- RT @DavidRoads: What we see depends mainly on what we look for. #perspective 2 hours ago
- RT @LovLikeJesus: In your anger do not sin. Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, & do not give the devil a foothold. -Eph … 10 hours ago
- RT @WCGovSafelyHome: Crackdown promised to reduce carnage on roads - Times LIVE timeslive.co.za/local/2015/08/… via @TimesLIVE 18 hours ago
- RT @cnalive: At Mass, we can pray for dead that the merciful Face of God "free them of every remnant of fault & embrace them in the unendin… 18 hours ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: People should always pray and not give up - Luke 18:1 23 hours ago
- RT @WomanDoItAll: A goal without a plan is just a wish. 1 day ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Sometimes, I just sit back and realize how blessed I am. God is great. I have amazing people in my life. I shouldn't c… 1 day ago
- RT @DavidRoads: What you will allow is what will continue. 1 day ago
- Tokyo drops Olympics logo over plagiarism claims
- Migrant crisis could endanger Anglo-German relations, Merkel ally warns
- US launches secret drone war against Islamic State in Syria
- Illinois police killing: manhunt under way for suspects
- North Korea 'would have no chance in a conflict with South'
- US election 2016: Jeb Bush goes on the attack against Donald Trump
- Ferry carrying thousands of migrants arrives from Lesbos
- Bears drowning after flood at Russian zoo traps them in cages
- US election 2016: Jeb Bush advert slams 'The Real Donald Trump'
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Tag Archives: Historical Theology
Despite what some commentators and politicians think, Church teaching on abortion and contraception has remained unchanged. By FATHER MITCH PACWA SJ, 02/16/2012 (copied from National Catholic Register) The recent indignity by which the Obama administration wants to mandate everyone, including … Continue reading
A good read by the Rt Revd Dr Prof NT Wright with which to start the day off: Jesus’ birth usually gets far more attention than its role in the New Testament warrants. Christmas looms large in our culture, outshining even … Continue reading