Saturday, February 07, 2015

George Kordis Icons

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Columbia, South Carolina
Dr. Kordis

Transformative And Moving – The Iconography Of Dr George Kordis
George Kordis Icon Portfolio

Friday, February 06, 2015

Icons: Real People, Real Presence

Père Joseph Fahmé & Damien Poisblaud

Agni Parthene Père Joseph Maximos Fahmé

Thursday, February 05, 2015

Damien Poisblaud

Une histoire pas comme les autres...

BTS Politickin'

Between One Synod and Another, the Battle Continues by Sandro Magister

The most active are the cardinals, the bishops, the theologians who want to innovate in Church doctrine and practice on marriage and homosexuality. But in the first round of elections for the next synod, the defenders of tradition are much more numerous

Putna Monastery

Olive Oil Vigil Lamp

Wednesday, February 04, 2015

One Tiny Temple

Something on friendship...

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

An "Interest" Choice of Academics

Classical Theism Workshop Call for Papers

Confirmed Participants in the 2015 Workshop Include:
Richard Cross (University of Notre Dame)
William Hasker (Huntington College)
Eleonore Stump (Saint Louis University)
Sandra Visser (Valparaiso University)
Thomas Joseph White, OP (Dominican House of Studies)
Linda Zagzebski (Oklahoma University)

I'd Like to See the File

What was the OD scuttlebutt regarding the archbishop before his assassination? "Archbishop Oscar Romero is going to be a deeply beloved saint"

Vocations Director for the Local Latin Diocese

An Explanation of One Part of Iconography

May the Partnership Be Fruitful!

OCA: St. Vladimir’s Seminary, St. Tikhon’s Monastery sign landmark publications agreement(via Byz TX)

Matthew Hazell on the Reform of the Roman Missal

NLM: A Tradition Both “Venerable” and “Defective”: More from Matthew Hazell on the Reform of the Missal by Gregory DiPippo

Robert Barron on Thomas Merton

The Hundredth Anniversary of Thomas Merton's Birth

No one is supporting his cause for canonization right?

Fr. Barron's apologetic:
They see this as an indication of a religious relativism or a vague syncretism. Nothing could be further from the truth. Merton was indeed fascinated by the Eastern religions and felt that Christians could benefit from a greater understanding of their theory and practice, but he never for a moment felt that all the religions were the same or that Christians should move to some space “beyond” Christianity.
How would Christians benefit? Eastern Christian monks certainly do not think there is anything to be gained from studying Buddhism and the like.

Art of Eternity, The Glory of Byzantium

Monday, February 02, 2015

Means or End? Again.

NLM: Is the Liturgy an End or a Means? Further Considerations by Peter Kwasniewski

In the book of Isaiah...

Robert Spaemann on Legalized Euthanasia

Death with Dignity: Questions, Concerns, Dangers

Sunday, February 01, 2015