Thursday, August 15, 2019

The Sign of the Cross

Adam DeVille's Response to the Pew Survey

CWR Dispatch: Belief in the Real Presence: Thoughts from the East by Dr. Adam A. J. DeVille

We must not forget that, for all its problems, the Christian East, which largely eschews talk of “transubstantiation” and similar Western terms, has never really experienced a major crisis of Eucharistic faith.

Dormition Icon Explained

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

AL and the JP2 Institute

CWR: “Amoris laetitia” is at the center of the controversy over the John Paul II Theological Institute by Christopher R. Altieri

The architects and executors of the new Institute want the place to have a more sympathetic focus on the much-debated Apostolic Exhortation than they believe it has heretofore received from former faculty and administrators.

A Suitable Lesson about the Holy Spirit?

Bishop John Kudrick

Metropolitan Borys

The 40 Thousand Mile Man

Eastern Christian Books: A Very Short Introduction to Orthodox Christianity: An Interview with A.E. Siecienski

Eastern Christian Books: A Very Short Introduction to Orthodox Christianity: An Interview with A.E. Siecienski

Phenomenology

The Eighth Day Institute

Sunday, August 11, 2019

An Interview with Stephen Bullivant

CWR: Why have Catholics in the UK and US been leaving the Church since Vatican II? by Dr. Adam A. J. DeVille

Theologian and sociologist Stephen Bullivant says a big part of his argument in Mass Exodus is “that the ‘social architecture’ that had sustained and strengthened Catholic life and identity was well on the road to passing away by the time the Council came along.”