I know this is a few days late, but this meditation has been brewing all weekend through my busy, hectic workdays and my dear husband’s slow ones. But this is not for him he already got the Star Wars trilogy for Father’s Day and one custom card complete with a hand-drawn Darth Vader from […]
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I guess I spoke too soon. Notion of Limbo Isn’t Closed, Expert Says Adds It’s a Theological Opinion That Can Be Defended The theory of limbo is not ruled out, says a member of the International Theological Commission, commenting on a study from the panel. Sister Sara Butler, a Missionary Servant of the Most Blessed […]
I’m sure there’ll be some hard-core Thomists and rad-trads getting their knickers in a twist over this news. ๐ Unbaptised children out of limbo, Benedict rules In a long-awaited document published on Friday, the Vatican says that the traditional view of limbo as the destiny of those who die unbaptised is based on an “unduly […]
Of all the heavy debates on Catholic Liturgy that seem to cause a threatening snarl and an intimidating stripe of raised hair down the backs of even the most gentle child of God, that on appropriate music is the only one which actually causes yours truly to bite. I am no theologian, nor expert on […]
Did you hear the new statistic about premarital sex? 90% of people surveyed have had premarital sex. The results of the analysis indicate that premarital sex is highly normative behavior. Almost all individuals of both sexes have intercourse before marrying, and the proportion has been roughly similar for the past 40 years.