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A special installment of EWTN Live, featuring Jesuit Father Mitch Pacwa, EWTN President and CEO Michael Warsaw, Colin Donovan, vice president for theology and host of Theology Roundtable, and Franciscan Father Joseph Wolfe, EWTN chaplain.
Pope Benedict’s resignation could be the opening round in a papal saga with far reaching consequences. Some years ago I wrote a copyrighted essay that dealt with these issues. I will gladly email a copy at no charge to anybody who might be interested.
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Me and my family are very sad we will be praying and having eucharistic addoration in guayaquil ecuador
Let’s have Lent this year where every Catholic parish in the world teaches and preaches the New Testament Letters, particularly the Pastoral Letters written to Timothy and Titus. Then let’s work together with a new papal administration to implement how the church structure is supposed to be. Following God’s word in its fullness, and in context, will help our church become healthier and its leadership more trustworthy.
I hope that we all can stay focused on the New Envangelization. The evil one loves to disrupt us during Lent and leading up to Divine Mercy Sunday. Let us focus on the salvation of those that need it.
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