A new translation from The Josias, with an introductory note addressing some recent confusions. https://t.co/KCPmnNBVuV— Pater Edmund (@sancrucensis) July 8, 2020
Thursday, July 09, 2020
Glad to say I've recieved a first print of my new book 'Catholic Cosmopolitanism and Human Rights'. Indebted to @samuelmoyn for his foreword and guidance, & to @hmtennapel & @smullallylaw for their endorsements. Available 5th March. @CUP_Law @IrishCentreHRhttps://t.co/9yor8YOgbn pic.twitter.com/glvjOoA445— Leonard 'Emperor of Teaching' Taylor (@leonsaviour) February 24, 2020
Cambridge University Press
Wednesday, July 08, 2020
The others in the series:
Henri de Lubac
Hans Urs von Balthasar
Tuesday, July 07, 2020
Join us Wed., July 8, 3:30–4:45pm EDT for this seminar focused on "Co-Responsibility for Care of the Vulnerable." @jessfkeating is hosting; @JohnCavadini, @CCamosy, & Margie Pfeil are speaking.— Leonard J. DeLorenzo, Ph.D. (@leodelo2) July 8, 2020
This seminar is FREE but registration is required: https://t.co/mk96Xb56gg https://t.co/PTCZfunO7X
A new episode of Sed Contra is now available. Join Drs. William Diem, @MDugandzic, @thomaesplendor, and @FrDylanSchrader as they discuss whether the will always chooses the good that it perceives to be higher. https://t.co/xS3epiY2XN— The Sacra Doctrina Project (@sacradoctrina) July 7, 2020
"Global Byzantium at Ankara" series of Zoom-talks coming up on Friday 10, 17, and 24 July at 7pm Istanbul / 12pm EST, with lots of great speakers on timely topics! See link --> https://t.co/2x0NmGG96m pic.twitter.com/VSPAJ5RDYR— Jordan Pickett (@jordantpickett) July 6, 2020
Monday, July 06, 2020
Progressives within Greek Orthodoxy?
Saturday, July 04, 2020
Friday, July 03, 2020
1200+ people have watched Sarah Hamilton's RHS lecture “Responding to Violence: Liturgy, Authority and Sacred Places c. 900-1100"! On the blog now we present the lecture & a written Q&A as a permanent resource: #medievaltwitter #twitterstorians @exetercliohttps://t.co/Qox6Wb5m5q pic.twitter.com/jZVaHza0cI— Royal Historical Society (@RoyalHistSoc) June 18, 2020
Thursday, July 02, 2020
The Twists and Turns That Led to the First Vatican Council https://t.co/yQQI6ntZ4K #wednesdaymorning #CatholicTwitter #WednesdayWisdom #Catholic #religion #theology— Church Life Journal (@ChurchLifeND) July 1, 2020
Shaun Blanchard is one of the most interesting young Catholic theologians in North America. I am proud to call him my student. Here a new piece of his: #Catholic #CatholicTwitter https://t.co/TEDnApD3cw— Ulrich L. Lehner (@ulrichlehner) July 1, 2020
This is more a history essay than a theological one; I presume the author is a Latin and so is unable to critically evaluate Rome's claims regarding the authority of the pope. Certainly the claims of hours
Isdiction have been recognized as being serious by the Eastern Orthodox for quite some time, and rejected as not being of Apostolic Tradition.
Enough already.https://t.co/p0pWS2A4rm— Taylor Patrick O'Neill (@thomaesplendor) July 1, 2020
To be sure, few theologians or bishops would argue that Vatican II’s documents are above reproach, in terms of their style, their language, or their presentation of the faith. And scholars continue to disagree about how to interpret some key texts of the council. But accepting the legitimacy and authority of the Second Vatican Council is a necessary component of maintaining communion with the Church herself.
Latins can go on believing Vatican II was an ecumenical council; they need a Divine Rebuke.