“WE require a wider purpose and a broader vision. A rethinking of cura animarum — the cure of souls — provides a good foundation. Although it has an
ancient and archaic ring, it is a surprisingly contemporary idea. Its origins are
Roman and about authority in a particular place; but its expression comes from the Saxon idea of the Church’s underpinning the formation of the nation, as a function of the spiritual, moral, and material welfare of the people.”

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