Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Tollefsen and Pakaluk on Capital Punishment

Here and here.

A "Catholic" Cult Busted

Everyone To School With Fr. Milani. But If These Are His Students...

New Men


What if...
the exaltation of the monastic life led to the imposition of a quasi-monastic rule on lay people (for example, fasting regulations)? And the denigration of lay vocation? And it had an adverse psychological or emotional impact, with lay people believing that they were too "normal," not good enough to be holy? And thus they identified asceticism too much with certain external practices regarding goods of the body, and not enough with the mortification of the will with the divine agape?