A few months back I blogged on the interplay between Theology, Philosophy and science. A reader wrote in the combox a mild rebuke of me, for using the word (#Catholic #rss #God Who Says Theology Isn’t Science?
"...Address to catechists at the South and Central Catechetical Rally last Sunday (Sept 25) on the theme: Catechists: Forming God’s Caribbean People – A reflection on Revitalising Catholic Culture and Identity."
"The CMQ is a medical journal set up to discuss key issues in medicine as they relate to and support doctors nurses and other health care professionals in their practice. It is the journal of the Catholic Medical Association (UK)."
Catholic Church Documents related to Biblical Studies compiled by Felix Just, S.J., Ph.D. Newly Released: Verbum Domini ("The Word of the Lord") – the "post-synodal apostolic exhortation," resulting from the XII Ordinary ...
The moment I signed on to be a religion teacher, I sensed a new kind of pressure, a fright that was primordial and deep. ("The moment I signed on to be a religion teacher, I sensed a fright, primordial and deep!
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