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Stefan Gigacz
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Enrique Angelelli, first martyr of Vatican II
Concluding a forty year personal journey, Pope Francis promulgated a decree on June 9 recognizing the martyrdom in 1976 of Bishop Enrique Angelelli and three of his co-workers, the French Fidei Donum priest, Gabriel Longueville, the Franciscan Fr Carlos de ...
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Cardijn and Paul VI: Empowering young workers.
My article on " Cardijn and Paul VI: Empoweing young workers, " first published on Social Policy Connections . “I don’t think I’ve ever seen the pope as relaxed as he was during his audience with Cardinal Cardijn and the JOC (Young Christian Workers or YCW)...
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Since it's Marx's 200th anniversary this week, I thought I'd check out what Cardijn had to say about him
Cardijn and Marx
Cardijn and Marx
cardijnresearch.blogspot.com.au
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Somyot freed
Somyot freed
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Cardijn and Marx
Marx in 1882 a year before his death and the year Cardijn was born Today marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx on 5 May 1818. So it's interesting to reflect on what Cardijn, who read Das Kapital while a political prisoner during World War I ...
Cardijn and Marx
Cardijn and Marx
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Revisiting Cardijn's proposal for a Pontifical Commission on youth issues
Cardijn with young people at IYCW World Council, Rio de Janeiro, 1961 I thought I had pretty well located every proposal that Cardijn had made in relation to the Second Vatican Council. But there's always more, as I found on a visit to the Vatican's not-so-...
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Francis, Lucio Gera, Walter Kasper... and Cardijn
In his 2013 book, Pope Francis' Revolution of Love and Tenderness , German Cardinal Walter Kasper offer some interesting on the sources of Pope Francis' thought, particularly regarding the Argentine theologian and jocist chaplain, Lucio Gera. Referring to "...
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