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For the 2010 presidential elections, it took 30 days to proclaim President Benigno Aquino III.
To proclaim God is to recognize that God is always more than any evidence I can conjure up to represent him.
According to a small but growing number of today's televangelists and megachurch pastors, the Good News Jesus came to proclaim is that God means for all of us to be rich--or at least very prosperous.
Jesus proclaims a kingdom and a reality with upside-down priorities (More clearly, perhaps, Jesus proclaims that our world's priorities are upside down).
We must proclaim proletarian reality in all its disgusting ugliness, with its indictment of society and its demand for revenge," declared Edwin Hoernle, a comrade of the worker photographers.
These words proclaim what kind of king God in Christ is for us--a king who destroys the implements of war so that we need not fear any earthly king, a king who is exalted finally among all the nations, in the whole earth.
The Second Vatican Council, in its Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World, openly asserted that the church has experienced a discrepancy "between the message she proclaims and the human weakness of those to whom the gospel has been entrusted" (Gaudium et Spes).

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