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BOOKS RECEIVED: Peter Kreeft and 2018 Ignatius Pew Missal

I receive a lot of books. Some are immediately recognizable as worthwhile. I have stacks of books awaiting attention. Here are a couple. First, there’s the “Congregational Edition” of the 2018 Ignatius [Press] Pew Missal made in collaboration with the Augustine … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ “accompaniment” language is not new. Pope Benedict XVI, in fact…

The way that some gush over the new insights in Amoris laetitia, you would think that a Pope had finally discovered that there are people out there, with … lives, and everything!  However, it could be that there is less innovation than … Continue reading

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