I Believe in One Catholic Church

This video originated as a breakout presentation to the 2020 LCMS Florida–Georgia District President’s Equip Conference, “One Body – Many Parts.”

This video also can be viewed and downloaded at Concordia Seminary’s Scholar archive:
https://scholar.csl.edu/ofs/9/

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2 Comments

  1. Ron Holmgren December 9, 2020
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    Thank you for such a clear and helpful message. As hard as it can be we will be blessed if with thankful hearts to God we engage in this catholic life together in Christ our Lord. God bless you Leopoldo.

    • Leopoldo December 15, 2020

      Thanks for your kind words, Ron. Advent blessings. Leo

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