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    Academic conversations offer a unique opportunity for distinguished professors and researchers to write about their opinions and get equally beneficial feedback from others in the related field. It is important for authors to write in collaboration with others, especially those involved in academic and researched based conversations, because they need many opinions and comments to write fully. Although many discussions that involve faith based conversations are often rooted in fact, they also…

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    Righteous B and His Ministry of Dirty Vagabonds There are many people who have made an impact when it comes to Youth Ministry. Pope John Paul II comes to mind when thinking about leaders in youth outreach, but I always think of someone who works on a much smaller scale. Someone who affected my life personally when it came to my religion. I always think of the Catholic youth minister and rapper Bob Lesnefsky aka Righteous B. With his wife, and a large number of young missionaries…

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    John Paul Failures

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    Pope John Paul once exclaimed, "We are not the sum of our weaknesses and failures; we are the sum of the Father's love for us and our real capacity to become the image of his son." By this he means that God's children can overcome or surpass all of their weaknesses and failures, and believe that their God is there for them and bear unconditional love no matter the circumstances. The passage also senses that everyone is made in God's image. Stating that people are all different, yet genuinely…

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    John Paul II Hero

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    Christopher Reeve. Saint John Paul II was not only a pope, but a true hero to people of all ages. Some traits or characteristics that fully express what type of person he was are that he was forgiving no matter what the cause, always had a strong connection with young people, accepted people for their true selves, and performed miracles that can not be explained. Everyone can be a hero if they just put their minds to it, just as Saint John Paul II did. Saint John Paul II was brought up into a…

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    Catholic Church’s stance on female ordination. Earlier this year, Pope Francis announced a committee was looking potentially allowing female deaconesses, which heightened the interest of female ordination. In November, a reporter asked Francis about the possibility of female priests in the coming decades. In response, Francis said, “on the ordination of women in the Catholic Church, the final word is clear, it was said by St. John Paul II and this remains.” This statement prompted the reporter…

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    threat to the mother’s life occurred the person could kick out the burglar, or terminate the pregnancy. She can do this because she has a right to life equally as important as a baby. This solution can also be argued for that statement that Pope John Paul II makes: abortion is not right in any circumstance. Since carrying out the baby will probably kill the mother, both rights to life are at stake, so the mother could choose since she also has a right to what happens to he own body. New…

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    Pope John Paul II claims that Eucharist symbolizes Christ 's connection with people and allows people to witness Christ’s real presence in Church during Eucharist to bless his followers. According to Pope John Paul II, ““This truth does not simply express a daily experience of faith, but recapitulates the heart of the mystery of the Church.” The essence of Pope John Paul II’s argument is that one can only perform Eucharist in a church on a set day as Pope John Paul II points out that…

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    The Redeemer Symbolism

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    the most compelling. It reads, “But God proves his love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8). In order to prove God has divine love for us, we must look to what evidence there is to support that God loves us. Paul, in his letter, explains that despite humans being sinners, and the introduction of sin into mankind from free will, God still sent his only son to earth to die for us, opening the gates of heaven. O’Collins’ conclusion on this passage and other…

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    question the church, which eventually led to the big conflict with the Pope. Martin Luther thinks that the church it is not a justice place to worship God any more, since the churches are corrupted and powerful. Martin Luther have did some harm and support through his challenge of the Catholic Church, but at the end he did more harm through his challenge of the Catholic Church, he inspired violent revolt, he disrespects the Pope, he challenge the church and he try to break the catholic…

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    The invention of reading and writing created a mean of communication that allowed anyone to send any message to masses of people. The problem was that when this capability got into the wrong hands, the wrong message can be sent to the public. This is why those who are in power must take it upon themselves to control who is allowed to harness this technology and what is allowed to be written. The term “censura librorum” is a term used by the Catholic Church for the act of having religious…

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