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The Theory Of Evolution Judged By Reason And Faith

by Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini

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"Nevertheless, a question remained: Since Memoriale Domini was the only legislation in force, how was it that everyone adopted the practice of Communion in the hand as if it were merely an option proposed, and even recommended, by the Church? Seeking an answer to this question and to defend my decision - which was very controversial with some ecclesiastical sectors that spoke out in the media - I encouraged a deeper investigation of the history of this usage. And the results of this investigation are found in this work." - from the Introduction to Communion in the Hand

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