Saturday, January 16, 2021

Time According to St. Basil the Great

Lord Have Mercy



Who Heeds the Prohibition of Usury?

Pre-Lenten Retreat with Fr. Khaled Anatolios

Friday, January 15, 2021

Minor Indignities

The Seven Gifts of the Spirit of the Liturgy

Final Causality



The Anglican Patrimony in Catholic Communion



An Indictment against the German Bishops

Latins and also Protestant leaders. The German Protestants may deny that the Reformation was a failure, but it was.

Christian Legal Thought. Materials and Cases by Patrick M. Brennan and William S. Brewbaker III.



West Academic and companion site

Thursday, January 14, 2021

More on the Byzantine Office



NLM

Carl E. Olson Interviews Peter Seewald

CWR: The life, faith, and struggle of Joseph Ratzinger: An interview with Peter Seewald

The veteran German journalist discusses his new biography of Benedict XVI, and reflects in detail on Ratzinger’s childhood, personality, education, and role in key Church events.

Actually, It is Utopian



What does Bergoglio kniw of friendship? Eve if he has read the Nicomachean Ethics, that wouldn't be enough.

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Receptivity

Crisis: Far from the Spirit of the Lord: On the Pope’s New Motu Proprio by Peter Kwasniewski

What we need to see, and see clearly, is this: the highest dignity of the baptized is to welcome Christ the Lord in Holy Communion. Period. Nothing else they do, no other function or service or activity, can compare to the Marian privilege of receiving God. When we elaborately multiply functions, services, and activities, we introduce distractions, invert priorities, build false hierarchies, and undermine simple faith, devotion, humility, and reverence. The participatio actuosa or actual participation of the faithful in the liturgy is not about doing, but about being, or more precisely, being a good recipient of the Word, so that this Word may be fruitful in us. It is not about busyness with much serving, but about contemplation, the union of love.


There is also the receptivity of the Son, who receives everything from the Father. Marian receptivity is symbolized by her, as a woman, becoming the Theotokos. Marian receptivity on a spiritual level is the receiving of the Divine Life by being a filia in Filio, just as the Son receives everything He is from the Father.

Does God Make Us Precious?

Or is our "worth" or goodness a result of God's creative act?

St. Paisios the Athonite

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

What is Parolin's Guilt?

Fr. Fessio Turns 80

CWR Dispatch: Happy 80th Birthday, Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J.!

The founder and editor of Ignatius Press entered the Society of Jesus in 1961, was ordained a priest in 1972, founded Ignatius Press in 1978—and continues to go strong at the age of 80.

Thomas Pfau, "From Genealogy to a Hermeneutics of Tradition"



Genealogies of Modernity

Who Among the Greeks Will Take His Place?

No one in Goarch.



May God grant him many years.

The Glory of the Cosmos

Slow or Fast, It Doesn't Matter

There are bad consequences.
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The Good Struggle: Life In A Secluded Orthodox Monastery

Monday, January 11, 2021

Franciscan Simplicity

Just the other day he posted this:




The "hidden life" or the daily life of Christ before His public ministry was nonetheless a manifestation of the glory of the Son of God. Daily life by itself is not "important to God"; what is important is that Christ redeemed it through His incarnation. It is not what we offer, but what God offers to us.

Icon of St. Michael

"But JP2!"

Pope Francis just the consequence of that problem which is Latin ecclesiology/Roman claims about primacy.

Confusion twice confounded: On the motu proprio Spiritus Domini by Peter M.J. Stravinskas

The Latest from Archbishop Viganò

Sunday, January 10, 2021

Republication of The Metamorphoses of the City of God

Medieval Church Architecture in Georgia

St. Gregory of Nyssa

St. Nikolai Velimirovic on the Nativity of Christ

The Danger of a Christianity That is Only Academic

David Fagerberg's Latest