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St. Patrick’s Day
Here are some questions. Who was this Patrick? What is the origin of this day? What should Christians think about this day? Who was this Patrick? He lived in the fourth and fifth centuries. He was born either in Romano-Britain, … Continue reading
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Denominations: Catholic Church (Part 1)
The word ‘denomination’ and related words are used in different ways. The word ‘denominate’ means “to give a name to” (merrian-webster.com). The word ‘denominator,’ in mathematics, is used of “the part of the fraction that is below the line that … Continue reading
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