Thursday, April 07, 2016

New Ecumenical Center in Rome

Pope Francis said on Thursday that Catholics and Methodists have much to learn from one another as they work together in...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Thursday, April 7, 2016

Here are a few snaps from Pope Francis' meeting with international Methodist delegations in the Apostolic Palace on...

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Thursday, April 7, 2016

Pope Francis on Thursday met with members of the World Methodist Council, the Methodist Council of Europe, and the Methodist Church in Britain.

Posted by Vatican Radio - English Section on Thursday, April 7, 2016

Icon of the Annunciation

Listen to this episode of Come Receive the Light as we discuss the Orthodox understanding of death and the icon of the Annunciation. #CRTL

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Monday, April 4, 2016


At some point, we are all going to feel like Jesus—alone, sorrowful and to have someone “watching” is a comfort.

Posted by Orthodox Christian Network on Thursday, April 7, 2016

Mother Maria Skobtsova

There was a group of women who had been singled out in order to be sent to the gas chamber. One of these women, a girl...

Posted by Orthodoxy and the World on Wednesday, March 30, 2016

A valid critique of Latin Christianity?

What does the cross mean, apart from that one must die before he can live? Why was there this focus in Western...

Posted by Orthodoxy and the World on Tuesday, April 5, 2016


The Cross beckons us, Christ’s Golgotha calls us, and today’s Golgotha of Christianity call us to love the Crucified One, and through Him, love for one another.

Posted by Orthodoxy and the World on Sunday, April 3, 2016

In my opinion, the greatest tragedy of theology is that it reduces the Cross to a plan, a schema, a balanced and...

Posted by Orthodoxy and the World on Saturday, April 2, 2016

The Latins Wait for Tomorrow Morning

Chiesa: What’s Inside “Amoris Lætitia.” Two Cardinals Say So

They are Baldisseri and Schönborn, whom Pope Francis has chosen to present his take on the post-synodal exhortation. They have already said what they think. The first in a letter, the second in an interview
CWR Blog: Cardinal Sarah: “There is no forgiveness if there is no repentance”

Let me guess, an atheist?

Daniel Whitmire

Newly discovered planet could destroy Earth any day now

How many of those who talk about natural disasters that could kill a significant portion or all of mankind believe that we are at the mercy of Mother Nature? Is Daniel Whitmire another chicken little who has no trust in God? Or someone trying to make a name for himself and grab funding?

Daniel Whitmire & Planet X: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
U of A Researcher Links Mass Extinctions to 'Planet X'
Caltech Researchers Find Evidence of a Real Ninth Planet

Interview with Bishop Rene Gracida

via Church Militant and Pertinacious Papist

Mark Dooley on Christian Aestheticism

The Great Defense of Tradition
The Irish Catholic philosopher and media personality Mark Dooley discusses why beautiful music, art, and architecture is urgently needed in order to help us escape from rootless exile in cyberspace.
By Christopher S. Morrissey

Mark Dooley is a Catholic philosopher, writer, journalist, and academic who has been a regular contributor to a variety of radio programs, TV shows, newspapers, and journals. His specialties are continental philosophy, philosophy of religion, and theology, and he is the author of articles and books on the thought of Søren Kierkegaard, Jacques Derrida, and Roger Scruton, among others...

CWR Interview with Bishop Slattery

CWR: Bishop Slattery: “I think something good is happening in the new generation”
The bishop of Tulsa, facing retirement age, reflects on the changes in his diocese in the last 20 years, the qualities he’d like in a successor, and the hope he sees in young Catholics.
By Jim Graves

Bishop Edward Slattery, 75, has served as bishop of Tulsa, Oklahoma, since 1994. He is originally from Chicago, having been ordained a priest by Cardinal John Cody in 1966. He served in a pastoral role in Chicago’s parishes, and was active with the Catholic Church Extension Society, which funds the American home missions.

"Classical" versus "Modern" Greek

Ah, Fr. Gill... Ministrants