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Category: Lumen Gentium

Leaven for the Kingdom

As we finish up looking at our mission as baptized members of the Church, we must remember—baptism doesn’t only make us members of the Church. It incorporates us into Christ. We become part of His Mystical Body. So we are called to share in a measure o…

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Is Vatican II “spent”? A reply to Michael Pakaluk: Part I

Michael Pakaluk, in a recent essay at “The Catholic Thing”, makes the claim that Vatican II, though containing many important teachings, has done all that it can do and will do, and is therefore, “spent.” […]

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Synodality Is What You Make of It

Stephen P. White: The potential abuses of synodality acknowledged, it would be a mistake to dismiss out of hand the promise of synods.

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The Church’s Real, and Perceived, Authority

David G. Bonagura, Jr.: Whoever strives to live devoutly will heed the Church more than those whose faith is weak or dead.

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The Church’s Real, and Perceived, Authority

David G. Bonagura, Jr.: Whoever strives to live devoutly will heed the Church more than those whose faith is weak or dead.

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Lay Participation in Choosing Bishops?

Russell Shaw: Church leaders should seek opinions about episcopal candidates, if the laypeople consulted are active, faithful Catholics.

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