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Marriage, Annulments, and Money: A Cautionary Tale

He was a cradle Lutheran, divorced from a Jewish woman whom he had civilly married; she was a Catholic who had converted from Lutheranism, along with her mother, because they’d wanted to receive communion more often. In order for them … Continue reading

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Happy Reformation Day, LOLcat Style

Happy Reformation Day to my Protestant sisters and brothers… with love and a giggle from a Catholic sister. 😀 (H/T Chief of the least, from whom I swiped the picture.)

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Justification?

I’ve started phase 2 of my independent study on Paul, so I’m now thinking about “justification.” I’ve read the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification along with the Roman Catholic and Lutheran responses to it, the resulting clarifying annex … Continue reading

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