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Laudato Si’: Final Post – Chapter Six: Broadening Our Language of Reverence. — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you for the series of posts about this important Encyclical. Since the post by Fr. Paul Gabor, almost a month ago, this blog has been a wonderful site for me to get a good analysis of this document and to know how it has been received in other places. Particularly, I appreciate the relation that you have highlighted to the Ignatian Spirituality. To me, it is a good and easy way to conclude and to remember that we are to act freely but with responsability and purpose.

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