Thursday, June 21, 2018

Fota XI Liturgy Conference

Exemplifying What is Wrong with Much of Contemporary Latin Theology

and the understanding of the Church's teaching authority, the Magisterium, especially papal authority.

Making sense of U.S. immigration law, enforcement, and the current crisis by David R. Upham
The teachings of the Magisterium mostly vindicate Sessions’s policies in interpreting and enforcing American law. At the same time, these teachings strongly suggest grave deficiencies in that law.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Meeting of Eastern Catholic Bishops of Europe



Working Document for the Upcoming Synod on Youth

Liturgy Training Publications

Going the way of Liturgical Press? The catalog from LTP increasingly reminds me of a catalog from Lit Press, as evidenced by the latest catalog for the latter part of this year, which features a few books from Lit Press (missals). What is the future of Hillenbrand Books? Is there really change afoot at Liturgy Training Publications? Does the publisher have anything to do with the Liturgical Institute, which has had its leadership changed by Cardinal Cupich, and seems to be moving away from tradition?

Don Divo Barsotti

Monday, June 18, 2018

Sandro Magister: Germán Arana, the Jesuit Who Advised Francis Badly

CWR: Two new books explore Pope St. John Paul II’s moral convictions, intellectual legacy by Filip Mazurczak
A Pope and a President by Paul Kengor and Wind From Heaven by Monika Jablonska delve into many unknown or overlooked aspects of John Paul’s life and thought.

Dedication of the Monastery of St. John of San Francisco in New York