Thursday, April 17, 2014

From Several Months Ago... How Do His Defenders Respond?

We have the same Father? No one comes to the Father except through the Son. No one can call Him Father without help of the Holy Spirit.

Those who become adopted sons and daughters of God through baptism become co-heirs with our Lord Jesus Christ. Is God the Father our Father regardless of whether we accept His offer of [adopted] sonship? Or is "Father" being used here in the same sense as "Creator"?

His comments seem dangerously muddled and close to promoting indifferentism within the "Abrahamic" or great "monotheistic" religions.

A Return to a More Classical Style of Iconography?

Zenit and other Latin Catholic news agencies have been positing icons and mosaics for Holy Week - good for them.

Viri selecti?

Fr Z and Rorate Caeli

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

NCReg: Strong Rebuttal to Metropolitan Hilarion's "Offensive Remarks" by Edward Pentin


Chiesa: The Joys and Sorrows of Francis's Magisterium by Sandro Magister
The innovation in method of "Evangelii Gaudium" explained by an Australian theologian. But the pope is not always interpreted correctly. Not even by the director of "La Civiltà Cattolica." The emblematic case of the baptism in Córdoba

Monday, April 14, 2014

Photos: Fr. Thomas Joseph White at the DSPT

Video of the lecture to come.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Feser Lecture at TAC

Thursday, April 10, 2014

An Interesting Marketing Attempt

Not "Creed" or the Latin translliteration(?), symbolum, but the Greek symbolon.

An attempt to make it seem more "classical" or Biblical? To show the continuity with the early Church?

Ignatius Press
Lighthouse Catholic Media


Wednesday, April 09, 2014

The Pope's New Catechetical Cycle: The Holy Spirit

The Cardinal Newman Society: Bioethics Expert Explains Harmony between Science and Faith at Christendom College
Dominicans, Western Province: Ordinations 2014

Fr. Cassian and Raymond Arroyo

Pope Emeritus

Sandro Magister, The Pope's Third Embodiment
It is Benedict XVI's state of life after the resignation. He is no longer the vicar of Christ, but neither has he returned to private life. He is "pope emeritus," and he acts as such: an unprecedented innovation in the history of the Church