Monthly Archives: February 2014

True liberation theology was always perfectly in line with the church’s social teaching about the poor that Francis widely embraces?


 Liberation Theology hailed at Vatican as founder gets hero’s welcome Published February 25, 2014 Associated Press VATICAN CITY –  The founder of liberation theology, the Latin American-inspired Catholic theology advocating for the poor, has received a hero’s welcome at the … Continue reading

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News items in various newspapers around the world


SEPANG (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK [Singapore area]- The fried anchovies and roasted peanuts from a typical Malaysia Airlines (MAS) inflight nasi lemak meal had to be removed on flights departing on Jan 29 as they were stale and contaminated, said … Continue reading

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ADDICTION, AA, AND THE CHURCH


Originally posted on Fr. Orthohippo:
In my last post, tensions between AA and churchmen were superficially explored. That got me thinking more about addiction, AA, and the church. (I decided to review, give a minor update, and am surprised that this…

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Not all Christian, yet all chose spectacular sites.


Precarious Monasteries Reveal Faith Close To The Edge (PHOTOS)   Posted: 02/22/2014 9:09 pm EST Updated: 02/22/2014 9:59 pm EST     Precarious Monasteries Monasteries Isolated Monasteries Christianity Buddhism Amazing Monasteries Religion Photos Religion News   Built on the edge … Continue reading

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CHRISTIANITY’S TENSION WITH AA – A REAL ISSUE


Churchmen and organized religions have generally been of three minds when it comes to Alcoholics Anonymous. Some groups condemn it since it does not specify a religious conversion in line with their particular creed. Others may see it as competition. … Continue reading

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CHRISTIANITY’S TENSION WITH AA – A REAL ISSUE


Originally posted on Fr. Orthohippo:
Churchmen and organized religions have generally been of three minds when it comes to Alcoholics Anonymous. Some groups condemn it since it does not specify a religious conversion in line with their particular creed. Others…

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Kenneth Copeland, Anglican Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis all on the same page.


Here is a request from a former Lutheran, journeyed charismatic evangelical, and currently retired Anglican priest. No matter your place in our Christian body, this message from Kenneth Copeland, Bishop Tony Palmer, and Pope Francis will shake your expectations and … Continue reading

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