Monday, March 04, 2019

Interview with Archbishop Sample

Alas, what is the pastoral solution?

The problems with moving Confirmation to before first Communion

To just abide in the status quo is intolerable, especially if the rupture between Baptism and "Confirmation" has consequences on the spiritual life. (Latins may pretend that it doesn't but it's an ad hoc argument for a problem they wish to avoid.)

(And if the monoepiscopate is not of divine origin but a development of human positive law, the Latin insistence upon having the bishop be the minister of Confirmation could be readily resolved.)

Centralization Must Be the Answer!

A standard Latin polemic concerning the papacy: The Grass Is Not Always Greener in the East by CASEY CHALK

The Splendor of Marriage

Crisis Magazine: St. John Paul II Is More Relevant Than Ever by JOHN HITTINGER

ITI Put Out a CD!