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Was Saint Paul Pro-Gender?

Fulvio Di Blasi explains why Saint Paul cannot be said to be pro-gender even if only in relation to the principle of equality. Can we...

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Ma San Paolo era pro-gender?

Fulvio Di Blasi spiega perché non si può dire che San Paolo era pro-gender anche se solo in relazione al principio di eguaglianza. Si può...

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Never Be Afraid to Ask for Help

Santo J. Costa discusses the need to rely on other people in "Never Be Afraid to Ask for Help" Whenever we need help, we should ask...

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Sensus Fidei (Italian version)

Fulvio Di Blasi spiega brevemente il significato teologico del Sensus Fidei. C'è un aspetto dell'insegnamento della Chiesa cattolica che è comunemente trascurato sia dai giornalisti...

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Sensus Fidei

Fulvio Di Blasi discusses "Sensus Fidei" There is an aspect of Catholic Church teaching that is commonly neglected both by journalists and the mass media...

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Spreading Cistercian Spirituality in the Nineteenth Century

History Taught by John Butler Spreading Cistercian Spirituality in the Nineteenth Century Following the destructive years of the French Revolution and the Napoleanic Empire, the Cistercian...

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Never Accept Fear Over Faith

Santo J. Costa discusses the need to face our fears in "Never Accept Fear Over Faith" It is essential in leadership to always avoid accepting fear...

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The Priesthood of Christ

In this video Msgr. Jeffrey A. Ingham talks about "The Priesthood of Christ" The priesthood of the New Testament is very different from that of the...

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Class 13: The Constitution: A Summary View

Political Science Course on "Basic Principles of the Original American Constitution" Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 13: "The Constitution: A Summary View" To tie up our...

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L’appetito vuoto

Fulvio Di Blasi parla della definizione dell'appetito rispetto alla potenza cognitiva dell'anima. È ben noto che Tommaso d’Aquino, seguendo Aristotele, distingue nell’uomo gli appetiti sensibili...

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