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“Let us love a Church in which everyone is equal” - Vatican Insider

“Let us love a Church in which everyone is equal” - Vatican Insider

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  1. I wish everyone was equal and every voice heard in the church but it is not, is it?

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  2. Everyone in the world is equal. Let us love a world even in which not everyone is treated equally. The world is full of brokenness , weakness , failure and injustice. It’s the recognition of all these truthful things about one another ( as brothers and sisters in humanity) that opens the door to a new and transcendent world.
    Yes and let us love a church who has discovered that everyone in it is equal… and let us show them that everyone in the world is equal… and let us show them that everyone in the world deserves to be treated equally.

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  3. Recognition and concealment are not necessarily in opposition but the relationship between them is at the very least sketchy and stagnant.
    P.S.
    See you soon in the bell province.Not sure if you are already over there or not but I'll be over for a visit very soon , you can count on me. We love it over there and spend as much time as possible. We are about five minutes from the church.

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    1. Larry: I arrived on the Island this week to take up the reins locally this weekend.

      Which Church are you close to? I ask because my cottage is only 5 minutes from the Chapeau Church. We could be neighbors already and not even know it!

      Fr. Tim

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