Saturday, October 25, 2014

Another Meeting


One His Way Out?


The Pope's Liturgical Schedule for November




Schönstatt Apostolic Movement


Truth or Ultramonate Hype?



Maybe they'd have a wider audience if they were more accessible stylistically and verbally.

Armenian Liturgy for the Pontifical Oriental Institute


How Is This Not Cultural Relativism?

It seems to me to go beyond prudential considerations.

The German Position
“Cultural difference” vs. Christian cultus by Matthew Schmitz

Are Latin Conservatives Right to Be Concerned?

Francis’ Patient Revolution by Sandro Magister
There was no agreement at the synod on homosexuality and divorce, but in the end it will be the pope who decides. And he already has in mind the changes he wants to introduce, or rather is already putting them into practice. A commentary by Paul Anthony McGavin

From Fr. Hunwicke: Professor Roberto de Mattei and Papal authority and Francis on the Petrine Ministry

Rod Dreher: On Resisting Pope Francis to his Face

"What the Natural Sciences Do Not Explain"

Friday, October 24, 2014

Some Familiar Faces



Orientale Lumen Foundation




Theologizing as an Eastern Catholic after Orientalium ecclesiarum



Playlist for the Conference: Vatican II Decree on the Eastern Catholic Churches at the Sheptytsky Institute.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

John Searle for the DSPT


"Liturgical Animals"


A Protege of Both Kasper and Martini?

Aude Sapere 006 – Meet Archbishop Bruno Forte (via Pertinacious Papist)

Coffee with Sister Vassa, Episode 39

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Eastern Christian Books: Trashing Heretics on Twitter and Facebook

Eastern Christian Books: Trashing Heretics on Twitter and Facebook

Part 6 of the Series on St. Silouan the Athonite


Two Views of the Synod

Roberto De Mattei: Heading towards the 2015 Synod - Numerical defeats never before witnessed by any Pope

Russell Shaw (who refrains from pointing fingers at the pope): The Synod and the Media: Culpable Naïveté or Shrewd Calculation?

Related:
At the Synod and After, Revolving Door for Homosexuals by Sandro Magister
First admitted with full honors, then driven out again. This is the way it seemed from how the discussions unfolded. But here’s what really happened. Martin Rhonheimer takes stock of the question


Monday, October 20, 2014

Magister Wrap-Up of the First Part of the Synod

The True Story of This Synod. Director, Performers, Assistants by Sandro Magister

New paradigms of divorce and homosexuality are now at home in the highest levels of the Church. Nothing has been decided, but Pope Francis is patient. An American historian confutes the ideas of “La Civiltà Cattolica”

Includes another response to Jesuit priest Giancarlo Pani by E. Christian Brugger.

Relocalization... for the Church


It's Over, For Now

Fr. Z: Extraordinary Synod on Family is, thanks be to God, over.























Francis: Church has one year to mature. In the meantime, its doors are wide open
Synod approves “relatio synodi”: Remarried divorcees remain a controversial topic
“The Church is open and excludes no one” Synod says in concluding message
Cardinal Marx: Exclusion is not the language of the Church, the debate remains open












Classics of the Liturgical Movement: The Soul of the Apostolate

Eh.




























Commemoration Day of the Apostle Ananias

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Divine Liturgies 141019









The Holy Spirit