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Teaching may be rejected because it is wrong

August 25, 2014

I was disappointed with the article you published regarding the document, "Sensus Fidei in the Life of the Church" in the July 21 WCR. The author's opening paragraphs outline the document's major reasons for why the people of God might reject or disagree with a particular Church teaching: either our faith is too weak, or we just don't understand the teaching properly.

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Financial report displayed accountability

August 25, 2014

I write to compliment the archdiocese on the recent annual report that was distributed in the WCR (WCR, July 7). The report meets or exceeds the best practices of public reporting for non-profit/charitable organizations. The financial statements provided are understandable and a solid narrative is provided. The finance committee is identified, proving the assurance of the expert advice overseeing the archdiocese's finances.

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Eastern churches gain greater respect

August 25, 2014
GLEN ARGAN
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

Although the Decree on the Catholic Eastern Churches (Orientalium Ecclesarium) is the third shortest document produced by the Second Vatican Council, it is a significant statement that goes far beyond maintaining the status quo. While the decree is not exactly a Magna Carta for the churches of the East which are in union with Rome, it does signal a shift to a more positive view of those churches than had been the practice of recent centuries.

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