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Take the word mercy back from the liberals! Last year, when Pope Francis announced the Jubilee Year of Mercy, we all saw the glee and reactions of liberals in the news. Surely, everyone remembers the “All are Welcome” and “On the Margins” being flamboyantly heralded by liberal Catholics to convey the idea that somehow, through the… Continue ReadingView this Item
Where do we go from here? For the two earlier issues, we looked at all the attacks on the family, and analyzed the importance of the family. Issue 3 presents the solutions! Our last issue of the Bellarmine Forum magazine in 2015, “Evangelizing the Family,” lends itself to plenty of food for thought. You ask, why would… Continue ReadingView this Item