In the second reading for Pentecost Sunday, as he writes to the Corinthians about ‘getting the body right’, Paul makes use of a philosophical trope familiar in the ancient world.
Oliver Rafferty SJ analyses the significance of the honest but welcoming words exchanged by Pope Benedict and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Bishop John Arnold asks us to remember and be encouraged by the diversity that was a feature even of the early Church. What challenges were faced by the different communities to whom Paul wrote?
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