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The Latin Mass becomes a cult of toxic tradition – really? not! wow

November 6, 2019


Nov 5, 2019 by Zita Ballinger Fletcher One culture within the Catholic Church needing major reform is that surrounding the practice of the Latin Mass. Visit EarthBeat, NCR’s new reporting project that explores the ways Catholics and other faith groups are taking action on the climate crisis. In a previous era, the Latin Mass was […]

Spirituality A consecrated virgin: A path less traveled

November 4, 2019


Lori Hadacek Chaplin On Nov 4, 2019 There are approximately 3,000 publicly consecrated virgins in the world, with France, Italy, Argentina, and the United States having the highest percentages (in that order). This tally does not include those women privately consecrated, however. Consecrating one’s virginity goes all the way back to the early Church — […]