Saturday, June 06, 2015

Dominican Salve Regina

Dominican version...

An Orthodox View of Marriage

Dr. Randa Anderson with the Orthodox Christian Counseling Institute (OCCI) discusses ways to address conflict when it comes to setting boundaries with in-laws.

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Saturday, June 6, 2015

Women Saints

Countless women have been saints, apostles and martyrs, helping spread the Gospel to people all over the world and keeping Christianity alive, as it is today.

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Friday, June 5, 2015

Metropolitan Kallistos Ware to Speak at Hellenic College

I hope someone will record this and make the video available.

You should go to this!

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Friday, June 5, 2015

World Over - 2015-06-04 - EXCLUSIVE Cardinal Walter Kasper with Raymond Arroyo



Full Episode:

World Over - 2015-06-04 - Norcia Monks Gregorian Chant, Fr. Cassian Folsom with Raymond Arroyo

The Use of Incense in the OF of the Roman Rite

Adoremus Bulletin: Holy Smoke - The Use of Incense in the Catholic Church by Matthew D. Herrera

Related:
WHY IS INCENSE USED DURING MASS? by Father William Saunders
Opus Dei: eBook: Catechesis on the Family (Vol. I)

The first 8 of Pope Francis' Wednesday general audiences on the topic of the family, in pdf and epub format.

Related:
Letter from the Prelate (June 2015)

The Prelate this month continues his reflections on the family. "The earthly journey of Saint Josemaría is filled with his loving teaching that we need to spread constantly the holy atmosphere of the home at Nazareth."

Friday, June 05, 2015

Major Archbishop Mar George Cardinal Alencherry

The Head of the Syro-Malabar Church, Major Archbishop Mar George Cardinal Alencherry, was in Rome for a session of the...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Monday, June 1, 2015

Struggle for the Organs of Information

What is going on in Rome?

"Cosa ne pensa Gesù dei divorziati?" (What does Jesus think about those who are divorced?).This is the title of Luis Sá...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Catching up with the Extraordinary Synod?

The annual meeting of the Eastern Catholic hierarchs of Europe is taking place in Prague- Břevnov.

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Thursday, June 4, 2015

Synod on the Family: Two Questions to AskThe Sacrament Sign of Marriage has Theological, Anthropological and Educational Meanings

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Tuesday, June 2, 2015

The Bishops' Conference of the country, in response to the priorities of the Holy Father, has a new commission for the family, youth and life, presided over by the Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher.

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Opus Dei: "Sanctity, secret force that transforms world"

Homily of Archbishop Arthur Roche, Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship, given in Westminster Cathedral for the feast of Blessed Alvaro...

Man to God: Icon

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Norcia: Salve Regina

Benedicta



Tonight on EWTN:
BENEDICTA: MARIAN CHANT FROM NORCIA
Experience the daily life of the Benedictine Monks of Norcia, and watch as they record their new album, “Benedicta,” which contains ancient, never-before recorded Marian chants.
06/04/2015 07:30 PM (should be PST)


Fr. Cassian will be on tonight's episode of The World Over:

"World Over” Exclusive! Cardinal Walter Kasper addresses the question of whether the Pope actually endorsed his...

Posted by EWTN on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Going to Have to Dig My Copy Out

Pertinacious Papist: Eberhard Schockenhoff: The heterodox theologian behind the German bishops' revisionism

Is his moral theology (or his natural law theory) all that bad, despite the pastoral positions he may hold?



Prof. Dr. Eberhard Schockenhoff

"Ich werde ein Osterlied singen und dabei an meinen Bruder denken"
Was heißt Auferstehung? Der Moraltheologe Eberhard Schockenhoff über seinen verstorbenen Bruder Andreas, das Leben nach dem Tod und knorrige Bäume. Interview: Christiane Florin

Das Lehramt hat sich isoliert
Der Moraltheologe Eberhard Schockenhoff sieht das katholische Naturrecht in der Krise


Related:
Eberhard Schockenhoff: Der Grenzwächter
BZ-SERIE HELLE KÖPFE (15): Eberhard Schockenhoff weist Politik und Gesellschaft in ihre ethischen Schranken.

Schwule Liebe "verdient Rückhalt"

Prof. Dr. Eberhard Schockenhoff zu seiner Frage

Schismatic Potential: A View from Germany by Michael J. Miller
Synod. The Battle of Germany by Sandro Magister

In time for Corpus Christi

Going Up to Heaven with the Blessed Sacrament (Part II) by Peter Kwasniewski and Jeremy Holmes

Part 1

Living Tradition Symposium

Aquinas Institute of Theology, Aquinas Lecture 2010

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Film of Metropolitan Hilarion's Visit to the Holy Mountain

Christ Conquers Death

What would happen if for a few hours we stopped texting, eating, talking, watching, playing, and just stopped to be?

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Dominicans vs. Fr. Fessio?

Synod. Jousting Jesuits, Dueling Dominicans by Sandro Magister

The dispute has been ignited by “La Civiltà Cattolica,” with two exceptions to the ban on communion for the divorced and remarried proposed in tandem by a follower of Saint Ignatius and by one of Saint Dominic. With the immediate critical reactions of two of their confreres


Elder Ephraim and St. Anthony Monastery

A 20th Century Classic of Christian Spirituality?

In the Redeeming Christ by F. X. Durrwell
Press release.

Recommended by Msgr. Heintz in his lecture about Bouyer. Is the book's treatment of the virtues closer to (neo-)Thomism than Bouyer? Or is it a good bridge between Thomistic moral theology and Ressourcement theology?

The Real Attraction of Las Vegas

"Highlights of Presanctified Liturgy during Great Lent at St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Church, Las Vegas."

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Ad Orientem

Towards The Second Coming: Facing the Liturgical East by Dom Daniel Augustine Oppenheimer, CRNJ on May 20, 2015

One should not need to be a Roman-rite traditionalist in order to agree with the argument, if one has any respect for the tradition of the Church Universal.

Ad Orientem is mentioned in this post on "power disparity": Liturgical Polarization: Clerical vs. Lay Power

The author could have elaborated on the priesthood of the faithful and the primacy of charity in holiness; his attempt to give a response to those who support the ordination of women to the priesthood merely sidesteps there objection to the restriction of holy orders to males and does not give a positive defense for it. In general, Latin Catholics are uncomfortable with giving a defense based on sex differences, even if those feminists pushing for women's ordination (or the equal participation of women in all spheres, that is those that matter in terms of authority) are guilty of the apex fallacy, while ignoring those lay Catholic males, those betas.

Of course, this is written by a Latin Catholic.

Babel, Pentecost, and the Universal Church by Steve Skojec

Instead of seeing Pentecost as God uniting people to Himself without requiring uniformity (which is what the men of Babel had in their unity of language and which they perverted in their pride), but rather, bringing about the unity of faith despite a diversity in language (and culture), and thus accomplishing the healing of humanity by turning what was the consequence of sin (the diversity of languages) into a good (diversity as reflecting the mercy and glory of God), Mr. Skojec advocates the use of Latin as the universal language of the Church, never mind that even at the beginning there were non-Latin-speaking churches:
At Pentecost, God did not heal the world of its diverse tongues, but instead superseded them. This first He accomplished through the miraculous preaching of the apostles, whereupon “every man heard them speak in his own tongue.” (Acts 2:6) Later, this supernatural provision was supplanted by a more quotidian mechanism: the embrace of Latin — the dominant language of the world at that time — as the universal, perpetual, and living language of the Church.

Indeed, if we are talking about the early Church, Greek has a greater claim to being the universal language of the Church than Latin.

Dr. Matthew Levering - Romans 1:20 and Our Knowledge of God

Monday, June 01, 2015

The Christian Mystery

Pope Francis on Monday said that after rejection and death comes the glory of resurrection.Reflecting on the Gospel...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Monday, June 1, 2015

Social Doctrine Conference

Social Doctrine Society Convokes International Conference in RomeDiscuss 3 key questions about today's economy

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Saturday, May 30, 2015

A Picture of Health?

End-of-Year snap from the Pontifical Oriental Institute!

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Friday, May 29, 2015

Metropolitan Hilarion, Feast of the Holy Trinity

МИТРОПОЛИТ ИЛАРИОН: ТОЛЬКО ЧЕРЕЗ ПРИЧАСТИЕ СВЯТОГО ДУХА МОЖЕТ БЫТЬ ВОСПРИНЯТА ТАЙНА ВОПЛОЩЕНИЯ И ВОСКРЕСЕНИЯ СЫНА БОЖИЯ...

Posted by Митрополит Иларион Алфеев (Metropolitan Hilarion) on Monday, June 1, 2015

More on Fr. Roman Braga

This is incredible. You can see the joy on his face! Memory Eternal, Fr. Roman!

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Friday, May 29, 2015

The Trinity

With the feast of the Holy Trinity yesterday, this article by Fr. Brendan seemed appropriate. What do you think?

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Monday, June 1, 2015

The Heresy of Niceness

If not an actual heresy a moral and pastoral disorder, perhaps a version of pusillanimity.

"The bottom line to me would be kindness, compassion." Our Bishop McGrath recently sat down for an interview with America Magazine.

Posted by Diocese of San Jose on Saturday, May 30, 2015

A watered-down version of this? At least the deeds of the bishop of San Jose, if not his words:

Pope Francis on Friday received members of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization at the end of their Plenary session.

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Friday, May 29, 2015

Pope Says New Evangelization Requires Being Aware of God's Merciful LoveTells Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization How to Open Our Minds, Hearts

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Saturday, May 30, 2015

"Laudato Sii"

Vatican Insider: Title of Pope’s encyclical could be “Laudato Sii” (Praise be to You)

Report: Pope’s Encyclical on Ecology To Be Entitled ‘Laudato Sii’Director Of Vatican Publishing House Says Highly Anticipated Document To Be Released Mid-June

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Pope Francis on the Trinity

ANGELUS: On the Mystery of the Holy Trinity“Today’s liturgical solemnity, while it makes us contemplate the wonderful...

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Pope Francis: “Christian Life Revolves Around The Holy Trinity”Says Solemnity is a Reminder ‘of the Mystery of the Love of God’

Posted by Zenit News Agency on Sunday, May 31, 2015

The Pope's Sunday Angelus begins in a quarter hour from now. Click below to follow live...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Sunday, May 31, 2015

Pray Without Ceasing

Is it really possible?

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Sunday, May 31, 2015

A Special Corpus Christi Mass

with newly-ordained Fr. Gabriel:

You're invited to our Patronal Feast Day celebration on Corpus Christi Sunday!Rev. Brother Gabriel Mosher, O.P. is a...

Posted by Dominican Nuns at Corpus Christi Monastery, Menlo Park on Thursday, May 21, 2015