Saturday, March 10, 2012

Ancient Faith Radio podcasts

Doctrine Matters - Part 1 (mp3)
Fr. Andrew points out there are 3 disciplines of Orthodoxy - Doctrine, Piety, and Morality. However he is concerned that the first - Doctrine - occupies a back seat in many Orthodox circles.


St. Ephraim's Prayer

Friday, March 09, 2012

Thursday, March 08, 2012

Carthage: The Lost Mediterranean Civilisation
The Foundations of Our Orthodox Faith: A Discourse on the Sunday of Orthodoxy by Archimandrite John Krestiankin

Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk: the Russian Revolution was prepared abroad
Jennifer Pahlka: Coding a better government
Recently I came across a link to an article against x because it was counter to human dignity, but I can't remember the author or the website. It may have been illustrative of the liberal turn in Catholic moral theology.

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Tonight at the DSPT

The 22nd Annual Aquinas Lecture
Albert the Great and the New Aristotelianism: A Turning Point in the Western Intellectual Tradition by Dr. Michael Tkacz

The lecture will probably be recorded and then uploaded to the DSPT website.

Response to Michael Tkacz's Critique of ID

Monday, March 05, 2012

Robert Louis Wilken, Tutoring the Affections: Liturgy and Christian Formation in the Early Church

"My Brother the Pope"


(via Catholic Fire)
Mary Victrix: Traditionalism and Liturgy

By traditionalism, then, I mean that ideology by which Catholics, in the name of conserving Tradition, take it upon themselves to determine what magisterial act does and does not belong to Catholic Tradition.

Can theologians do this? And can the laity make judgments as to what is Catholic doctrine and what is not?
Metropolitan Hilarion: Power that is not based on love will never bring good fruits

Sunday, March 04, 2012

Peter King, The Failure of Ockham’s Nominalism
Rorate Caeli: Great Canon of Saint Andrew



Speaking with and about God - In March, the Dominican church of St. Vincent Ferrer will present its annual lecture in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas, OP. (March 6, 2012)