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THE CHURCH CHRIST FOUNDED – Christianity from 150 – 300 A.D.

admin / January 10, 2020

– Joni Cheng The persecution continued in the second and third centuries and Christianity was still an illegal religion, where there were  systematic persecutions of the Church throughout the Roman Empire, attempting to stamp out Christianity.  Famous martyrs of that period include St Agnes, St Cecilia, St Sebastian, and St Lawrence.  Christian response, as always, was to hold firm to…

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FROM BEAUTIFUL TO UGLY ART. WHAT HAS HAPPENED?

admin / January 10, 2020

– Corrado Gnerre Dear friend, I greatly appreciate your editorial choice to insist on the beauty of a certain type of art. In fact, I am convinced that art serves a lot to get closer to the truth, and therefore to God. Obviously when art really expresses beauty; not like the contemporary one that is distressing and not understood. Precisely…

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APOSTOLIC LETTER – Instituting The Sunday Of The Word Of God

admin / January 10, 2020

Issued “Motu Proprio” By The Supreme Pontiff FRANCIS – “APERUIT ILLIS” 1. “He opened their minds to understand the Scriptures” (Lk 24:45).  This was one of the final acts of the risen Lord before his Ascension.  Jesus appeared to the assembled disciples, broke bread with them and opened their minds to the understanding of the sacred Scriptures. To them, amid…

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VATICAN – Pope’s Message For World Day Of The Sick

admin / January 10, 2020

– Tej Francis Email: tejfrancis@gmail.com (Vatican News) “Come to me, all you who labour and are burdened” is the theme of the World Day of the Sick, to be marked on 11 February. In caring for the sick, Pope Francis is encouraging in healthcare workers the human warmth and personalized approach of Christ, the Good Samaritan.