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Trailer for Fr. John Corapi’s 2010 Conference’s. Available as a 24 hour DVD set at www.FrJohn.com.
Includes his conferences at: St. Louis, Appleton, San Antonio, Cincinnati, Omaha and Newark!
www.romereports.com Benedict XVI called for the freedom of Catholics in China and encouraged the Chinese Catholic bishops to witness to their faith “with courage.”
People across southern Sudan answer a simple and profound question: What is peace? While each has a unique answer, they all demonstrate eagerness to bring peace to Sudan.
- December 2, 2010
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Vatican II: Decree on the Church’s Missionary Activity
Ad Gentes Divinitus
By Vic Scaravilli
This Vatican II Course is designed for lay people. This sub-course covers the role of the Church in evangelization.
It is divided into several mini-courses. Each course, aside from the Introduction, covers one document of the Council. We will be studying three Church Constitutions and two smaller documents specifically addressed to the role of the laity: The subcourses are the Introduction, The Sacred Liturgy, Divine Revelation, The Church, The Laity and Missionary Activity.
It is recommended you study this course in chronological order, and there is a playlist
available on the Button36 Channel that serves that purpose.
You will need a copy of the document:
The Decree on the Missionary Activity of the Church (Ad Gentes Divinitus)
Or you can buy the book containing the same document:
We recommend Vatican Council II, Vol 1. The Councilar and Postcouncilar documents by Austin Flannery:
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