Thursday, January 19, 2017

Monday, January 16, 2017

CRUX: Ethicist says ghostwriter’s role in ‘Amoris’ is troubling by Michael Pakaluk SPECIAL TO CRUX

Petrine and Pauline Privilege

CDF: NORMS ON THE PREPARATION OF THE PROCESS FOR THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MARRIAGE BOND IN FAVOUR OF THE FAITH

Arlington
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Stockton

The Church has the authority to dissolve nonsacramental natural marriages; what is the theological rational given for this? If natural marriages can be dissolved, why not sacramental marriages? (Why is there a higher standard, besides the Mystery of Marriage being a sign of the union between Christ and His Church, which is indissoluble?)


Can the Orthodox Way End the Divorce and Remarriage Debate? by Ines A. Murzaku

Something from David Clayton in 2015

Crisis Magazine: To Follow the Way of Beauty

an interview at Catholic Exchange

Sunday, January 15, 2017

The Interview with Cardinal Caffarra

CWR: “Only a blind man can deny that there is great confusion in the Church.” (Crux)
An interview with Carlo Cardinal Caffarra about "Amoris Laetitia", the reasons for the dubia, criticisms of the 4 Cardinals, and "the division among shepherds"

Related:
Ed Peters: The Maltese directive makes answering the ‘dubia’ urgent (CWR Dispatch)
CWR: A Malta Laetitia by Carl E. Olson

Cardinal Müller says "Amoris Laetitia" is "very clear". The bishops of Malta say divorced and remarried Catholics can receive Communion. Abps. Chaput and Sample say otherwise. Welcome to Pope Francis' messy Church.

The Wheel Interviews Sister Vassa

St. Alexander Nesvky Cathedral

Nazo Zakkak

Iconographer Vladimir Grigorenko at Holy Ascension in Mt. Pleasant, SC



website for the church

Vladika Dmitri: A Witness’s Testimony
Pravoslavie