Wednesday, January 20, 2021

A Question

Does any ecclesial tradition have prayers at the Eucharist for tyrants or those who hold political authority unjustly?

A Politicized Church

The Third Volume Should Be Good Too

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Mosaics of the Chora

Holy Mark of Ephesus, Pray for Us!

The Two Macarii

An Example of a Large-Scale Bilateral Icon

Guess What Church Laws James Martin Would Like to Be Loosened

Monday, January 18, 2021

Holy Athanasius and Cyril, Pray for Us!

Peter Phillips on the Glory of Polyphony

Sunday, January 17, 2021

On the Work of the Holy Spirit

Has the CCC Been Updated Yet

From late 2019/early 2020:
Catechism will be updated to include ecological sins, pope says by Junno Arocho Esteves

Ecological sin: Idea of updating catechism sparks debate

Saturday, January 16, 2021

Time According to St. Basil the Great

Lord Have Mercy

Who Heeds the Prohibition of Usury?

Pre-Lenten Retreat with Fr. Khaled Anatolios

Friday, January 15, 2021

Minor Indignities

The Seven Gifts of the Spirit of the Liturgy

Final Causality

The Anglican Patrimony in Catholic Communion

An Indictment against the German Bishops

Latins and also Protestant leaders. The German Protestants may deny that the Reformation was a failure, but it was.

Christian Legal Thought. Materials and Cases by Patrick M. Brennan and William S. Brewbaker III.

West Academic and companion site

Thursday, January 14, 2021

More on the Byzantine Office


Carl E. Olson Interviews Peter Seewald

CWR: The life, faith, and struggle of Joseph Ratzinger: An interview with Peter Seewald

The veteran German journalist discusses his new biography of Benedict XVI, and reflects in detail on Ratzinger’s childhood, personality, education, and role in key Church events.

Actually, It is Utopian

What does Bergoglio kniw of friendship? Eve if he has read the Nicomachean Ethics, that wouldn't be enough.