Discussion Questions for February 16 2009

February 2009
Catholic New Times;2/16/2009, p24
Question & Answer
The article presents questions related to topics discussed within the issue, including the implications of scientific findings for theological reflection on fall/redemption theology, the inclusion of socialism in home, school or community discussion and whether there is a future for religious life.


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