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Praying for Christian Unity

Praying for Christian Unity

Fifty-eight years ago this week, on January 25, 1959, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, less than three months into his pontificate as Pope John XXIII, shocked the world by announcing his intention to convoke “an ecumenical council for the universal church.” The seventy-eight-year-old pontiff made sure that

Did Mary Need to be Redeemed?

Did Mary Need to be Redeemed?

The feast of the Immaculate Conception, celebrated by the Catholic Church on December 8 each year, can sometimes cause confusion about the question of Mary’s redemption. The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, proclaimed in 1854 by Pope Pius IX, states that Mary was free from

Muslim refugees who converted to Christianity in Greece start evangelizing and planting churches

Muslim refugees who converted to Christianity in Greece start evangelizing and planting churches

Muslim refugees from the Middle East who converted to Christianity while seeking asylum in Greece have sparked spiritual revival by starting to share the Gospel with their fellow migrants and planting churches. In an article on Desiring God, Christian leader David Crabb revealed that more