Saturday, October 01, 2016

Shema Israel

Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic

Again, About Women

How about the importance of men?

Posting for the Icons

No Raven This Time

Not Patronizing to the Orthodox?

NLM: Participatio Actuosa in the Current Magisterium: Guest Article by Fr Peter Stravinskas (Part 2)
Gregory DiPippo

The Church of the Protection of the Theotokos

The Five Tasks of a Theologian

And There Be Dragons

On the Charlemagne Prize Speech

Christian Order: Francis Accepts His Prize by HUGH FITZGERALD

Photos of Francis with Ilia II

The Theotokos: The God-Bearer

St. Thérèse Wasn't a Pelagian!

St. Thérèse’s “Little Way” to Sainthood through Divine Mercy

Friday, September 30, 2016

Dr. Jude Dougherty on Aristotle

1P5: Another Catholic Scholar Raises Objections to Amoris Laetitia - "Deliberate Ambiguity"

Wearing an Eastern Epitrachelion


More on the church, which is rather Latinized.

Francis Meets Ilia II

Are you kidding?

The Orthodox already believe they are the one true Church! The same Neocatechumenal Way whose liturgies would be scandalous to the Orthodox. The hubris.

The Catholic Register: Brampton's St. Elias rises out of the ashes by Jean Ko Din

There is No Mean...

Between the Latin traditionalists and those who would seek to remake the Roman Church in accordance with their ideas. The mean used to be occupied, perhaps, by those in the Ressourcement movement, but what influence do they or their successors have now?

Benedict XVI Admits Qualms of Conscience about Vatican II

They think the old ways of thinking and praxis would restore the patriarchate of Rome.

The Kerygma

And his version of the Jesus prayer...

Georgia's Expectations for the Papal Visit

Benedict XVI

Thanks Be to God!

NLM: Consecration of St. Elias Church This Weekend

The Election

of a new superior general...

Divine Liturgy

Thursday, September 29, 2016

And what new things did he have to say about migration?

What are the economics behind married priests in the Roman rite?

1P5: Tosatti & Magister See Married Priests on the Horizon

Only possible where there is a financial base to support priests with families (large parishes) or parishes that have a "full-time" celibate priest and pastor and one "part-time" married priest who has a regular day job; or perhaps older men who have already served deacons will be ordained to the priesthood.

William Cavanaugh, "What Do I Want? Augustine and Milton Friedman on Freedom of Choice"

A Definitely Rome-Centric Viw of the Church

Crisis needs to reconsider what sort of Catholicism they want to offer if they want to remain relevant: Putting the “Roman” Back in “Roman Catholic” by Michael De Sapio

The New Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Eastern America

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Theotokos

The Document on Synodality and Primacy

Synodality and Primacy during the First Millennium: Towards a Common Understanding in Service to the Unity of the Church - Panorthodox Synod
Rorate Caeli: Interview with Peter Kwasniewski in Czech Newspaper RC Monitor, on Liturgy, Music, Philosophy, Traditionalism
The Dispatch: Politics and the inherent dilemmas of “liberal democracy”
Instead of the primacy of the contemplative order, modernity elevates the practical order to be supreme. With this abandonment of “being,” it is action that becomes man’s fundamental earthly endeavor.
September 23, 2016 01:30 EST
Brian Jones
The Catholic Herald: Tug of of war over Amoris by Fr. Mark Drew
Catholics are divided over how far Francis wants to change Church teaching regarding the remarried. But does he even have the authority to do so?

Also from Fr. Mark Drew:
The new Orthodox-Catholic agreement is a landmark – but there’s a long way to go
The Joint Commission for Theological Dialogue announced a substantial agreement but healing the historic schism still requires plenty of work