Wednesday, July 27, 2016

More on the Letter to Pope Francis

First mentioned here.

1P5: Theological Censures Against Amoris Laetitia Revealed
Crisis: Cardinal Sarah’s Ambitious Liturgical Reform by L. Joseph Hebert

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Fr. Brian Mullady's New Book

Eastern Christian Books: In the Beginning Was the Beginning of Genesis

Eastern Christian Books: In the Beginning Was the Beginning of Genesis

Spring,That is Summer Cleaning

I need to tweak the color scheme for the blog...

Hope for the World: To Unite All Things in Christ

Meet Cardinal Burke, unfiltered
One of the most outspoken leaders of the Catholic Church provides a therapeutic analysis of the crisis affecting the Church

More on Amoris Laetitia

From Casuistry to Mercy, Towards a New Art of Pleasing? — An Essay on the Malaise in the Church by Msgr. Michel Schooyans
by Edward Pentin (via Pertinacious Papist)

The Modernist Ruse Behind the Bergoglian Pontificate by Christopher A. Ferrara (via Pertinacious Papist) -

A response to Thomas Rausch, "Doctrine at the service of the pastoral mission of the Church"

One American prelate seems to approve of Rausch's essay:

From Churches to Church by Thomas P. Rausch
Assessing the movement toward Christian unity

Islam and the Decalogue

The Catholic Thing: Islam and the Decalogue by Howard Kainz

A New Apostolic Constitution

But a necessary one? Or one that reinforces the centraliztion of power in the bishop of Rome? The text. Press release.

A critique by Hilary White for The Remnant.

The document makes the claim that contemplatives are mainly made up of women, but is this true of the East as well, which does not have religious orders? I think male monks in the East would disagree with the claim.

In the write-up on Zenit(?) that I glanced at while at the airport, something was written almost akin to the claim that women are naturally more "spiritual." Now, it may be that women are more "quiet" than men, who are more energetic, but is this the case mentally/psychologically as well?

Is Pope Francis proving Fr. Gabriel correct about the papacy and trends in Latin monastic reform?
Chiesa: A “Pontificate of Exception." The Mystery of Pope Benedict

Against the Antichrists who are undermining the Church. The theories of the political philosopher Carl Schmitt applied to the pontificate of Joseph Ratzinger and to his resignation