Thursday, May 10, 2018

On the Met Exhibit

We have Met the problem—and it is ancient, secular, and us by Carl E. Olson
The Gala at the Met was a sad attempt to pretend, to think (or feel, more likely) that colorful celebration and rampant symbolism can capture or reveal the essence of Catholicism.

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Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Faces Among Icons


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But what sort of Christianity?

One that has been infected with liberalism?

Alasdair MacIntyre, the liberal anti-liberal? Or the anti-liberal liberal?

Tuesday, May 08, 2018

Intercommunion?

Cardinal Eijk: Pope Francis Needed to Give Clarity on Intercommunion by Cardinal Willem Jacobus Eijk
COMMENTARY: Failure to give German bishops proper directives, based on the clear doctrine and practice of the Church, points to a drift towards ... http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/cardinal-eijk-pope-needed-to-give-clarity-to-german-bishops-on-intercommuni

Cardinal Müller on Intercommunion Meeting: ‘More Clarity and Courage’ Needed by Edward Pentin
The former CDF prefect views the statement on the meeting about Holy Communion for some Protestant spouses as ‘very poor,’ ...


Calcutta, United States

“Find your own Calcutta”: On Betsy DeVos’ address at Ave Maria University by James V. Schall, S.J.

Service has the connotation of some event or deed happening mainly from a spirit of generosity, not from pay or coercion. At the heart of the world we find gift, not only necessity.

The Making of a New Icon