I've read through this only twice, and it warrants many more reads. I'm not sure if it will be of any interest to you, but - nonetheless - I'll share it anyways.
I don't think it's indicative of a Vatican II-eque understanding of ecclesiology, but a few lines make my mind go there.
"for St. Augustine maintains that even in schism and heresy, some relation to the One Church remains, though is is found wanting, damaged, or imperfect.
Looking forward to continuing our pilgrimage in the morning!
Going live in 30 min
We have a stream to burn for the month, so we can discuss plans for the future, AMA, whatever you want!
Da Weigh ova Pillgrum
Fr Mike Catechism in a Year, asking everyone to pray for unity between east and west at the end of today's podcast. So informative!!!
Originally, this was posted for supporters only - but . . . I'm so excited about it, that I've decided to share it with the whole community.
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