Saturday, April 13, 2019

Friday, April 12, 2019

Carl Olson Comments

CWR: Editorial: Benedict XVI’s essay is both insightful and incomplete by Carl E. Olson
Reaction to the unexpected release of a lengthy text—almost exactly 6,000 words in all—by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, titled “The Church and the scandal of sexual abuse”, has been both swift and polarized. Some have [...]

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Black Hole Photo

NASA (via Fr. Z)

Adaptable to the Byzantine Rite?

Keble College chapel, Oxford. Still not feeling it for the medieval reredos. But Latin traditionalists generally don't care much for anything that smacks of hybridization, even if there was a common Romano-Byzantine style for some time, from which one could develop organically.

Psaltikon

Venice in the East

Benedict XVI on the Sexual Abuse Scandal

CWR/CNA: Full text of Benedict XVI: ‘The Church and the scandal of sexual abuse’
Essay
The following is a previously unpublished essay from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: On February 21 to 24, at the invitation of Pope Francis, the presidents of the world’s bishops’ conferences gathered at the Vatican to [...]


Joseph Ratzinger On Sexual Abuse in the Church: “The Ultimate Reason Lies in the Absence of God”

Commentary:
Archbishop Chaput
R. R. Reno

Gender in Genesis: Father Lawrence Farley

Tuesday, April 09, 2019