Friday, April 11, 2014

Feser Lecture at TAC

Thursday, April 10, 2014

An Interesting Marketing Attempt

Not "Creed" or the Latin translliteration(?), symbolum, but the Greek symbolon.

An attempt to make it seem more "classical" or Biblical? To show the continuity with the early Church?

Ignatius Press
Lighthouse Catholic Media


Wednesday, April 09, 2014

The Pope's New Catechetical Cycle: The Holy Spirit

The Cardinal Newman Society: Bioethics Expert Explains Harmony between Science and Faith at Christendom College
Dominicans, Western Province: Ordinations 2014

Fr. Cassian and Raymond Arroyo

Pope Emeritus

Sandro Magister, The Pope's Third Embodiment
It is Benedict XVI's state of life after the resignation. He is no longer the vicar of Christ, but neither has he returned to private life. He is "pope emeritus," and he acts as such: an unprecedented innovation in the history of the Church

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Libertine Atheism

Sandro Magister, The Pope and the Philosopher
His name is Alberto Methol Ferré. It is from him that Bergoglio draws his inspiration in evaluating the world and contrasting the new dominant culture: "libertine atheism." The pope's strict side with Obama

Bishop Aquila on Confirmation

"Send Forth Your Spirit"
On the Sacrament of Confirmation By Bishop Samuel J. Aquila
2011 Hillenbrand Lecture: The Sacrament of Confirmation - EWTN archive
Restoring the source and summit of faith
Denver archbishop advocates reordering of confirmation to liturgical commission

Monday, April 07, 2014

Upcoming William Carroll Talk Essays on Garrigou-Lagrange

Sunday, April 06, 2014

NCReg Interview with Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev

The Pan-Orthodox Council, Ukraine Crisis and Christian Unity by EDWARD PENTIN
An interview with Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev of Volokolamsk, the chairman of the Russian Orthodox Department of External Church Relations.

There Should Be a Version for the Latins

OCN: Every Time I Do My Cross by Presvytera Vassi Haros

To purchase the book go here.
Pravmir: Women and the Priesthood
The fact that women became equal to men in many spheres of human life, including politics, has nothing to do with the church order. In order to introduce female priesthood we need a new Revelation as powerful as the Revelation of the New Testament, and the creation of a New Testament Church. Since such a Revelation has not happened, we cannot make any radical changes to the established church order.