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A pope, a president, and a Divine Plan

September 6, 2019 Derya M. Little 5

Learning history in secular universities often results in a detached attitude toward God’s involvement in human affairs. It is an inevitably anthropocentric way of looking at the world and our place in the flow of […]

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The Sixth Death of the Church

September 20, 2018 Lauren Enk Mann 31

The Church’s “summer of shame” has devastated the faithful. The McCarrick revelations, the Pennsylvania grand jury, and the Viganò testimony have sent reverberations of scandal right through the highest clerical ranks. Catholics in the pews […]