Recent Synod enshrines Religious Liberty
Oh and one more question:

Why is it that everyone is so up in arms about addressing the "real world" context of these documents?  I am confused by this.  We can't read these texts in a vacuum since they are responding at once to each other and to the social/political circumstances of the world around them.  A document like Dignitatis Humanae seems to be a very secularly minded work - one that addresses a specific context.  Is it wrong to read it within that context?  Why?

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Re: Recent Synod enshrines Religious Liberty - by Fontevrault - 10-31-2012, 01:08 PM

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