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The Rev. Paolo Padrini, a consultant with the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Social Communications, said Friday the free application will be launched in July in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Latin.
HT to Omar Al Rikabi
This one’s making the rounds, but if you haven’t seen it– it’s worth your 5 minutes. It’s stuff like that this that makes the internet truly worth it.
Question: Who’s the real linchpin in this group?
I’ll bet this one has a lot of guys in the monestry talking to their “teams of accountants.”
Matt LeRoy and Justin Simmons, two of our recent graduates from the seminary, are making some good noise over in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. They are planting a church called Love Chapel Hill. What I love about that name is that it begins with a verb, moves to an object and implies a you. At the same time, it implies the big YOU. It’s full of the mystery of how divinity inhabits humanity in the name of Love. And I love the way they are doing corporate worship– in public.
So Matt texted me today with a link to their new video. It’s up on YouTube now. It’s fun and creative. Check it out.
Check out this new church’s website here. I’m proud of you guys.