‘Origins’ this week features Cardinal George, pope at Easter, and a history of consecrated life

The latest issue of Origins: CNS Documentary Service features the full texts of:

  • Cardinal Francis E. George’s Library of Congress presentation that secularism’s efforts to limit the public role of religion could force the church’s withdrawal from many of its public ministries. (Subscribers: click here)
  • Pope Benedict XVI’s Easter message noting that the presence of so much suffering in the world today challenges the faith of many Christians. (Subscribers: click here)
  • Oblate Father Paul Morrisey’s examination of the history of consecrated life as the “history of the action of the Holy Spirit in the church,” which is an ongoing history whose final chapter has yet to be written. (Subscribers: click here)
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