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Race in the American Catholic Imagination

Race in the American Catholic Imagination

long with the rest of America, the American Catholic Church has undergone a major shift in its demographics over the past several decades.  As of 2014, at least 42 percent of American Catholics are people of color.[1] Every Sunday in America, Mass is celebrated in dozens of languages, and American Catholics are increasingly diverse in

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Understanding the Doctrine of Deification

Understanding the Doctrine of Deification

he doctrine of deification asserts that man’s true greatness is to be found in the fact that he is “called to be god.” It emphasizes that the human person realizes his true existence in the measure in which he is raised up toward God and united with Him. Its basis is found in the words

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Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

f one is to take part in any relevant conversation about social justice, one must first acknowledge that we live in a pluralistic world. Globalization has forced even the most devout essentialist to accept that we must share our world with a variety of societies that consist of different creeds, traditions, and philosophical understandings. Many

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