Tuesday, September 08, 2020
Our friend and board member Amy Hogg @AmyHogg20191493 again leads the Psaltic Sisters in a virtual choir project for the feast of the Nativity of the Theotokos. Congratulations and lovely work, everybody! Joyous feast!— S. John Dam. Soc. (@StJohnDamSoc) September 8, 2020
https://t.co/bKnKkE4jRr via @YouTube
On September 8th we celebrate the birth of our mother the Theotokos! It is also our very own father Panayiotis name day. His grandfather dedicated him to the nativity of the theotokos at his baptism. May Christ bless his work for many years to come!https://t.co/mWK7WLi7L0— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) September 8, 2020
Check out the second episode of our podcast, Echoing Faith Today, in which @BishopBarron joins host Dr. Jem Sullivan for an enriching discussion of the new Directory for Catechesis, emphasizing the link between Revelation and evangelization! https://t.co/FJXZ0ONGZT— CatholicU Theology and Religious Studies (@CUATheology) September 6, 2020
If such an essential connection between kerygma and catechesis needed to be emphasized again, even though many were writing about it before Vatican II and after, then how is the patriarchate of Rome or the Roman Curia not just spinning its wheels?
This morning Brother Martin and his mother visited St. Augustine, Florida. While there, they visited the Shrine of St. Photios and made this wonderful video. pic.twitter.com/TIJyyvi9hp— John Stone (@Johnthemadmonk) September 7, 2020
Since you asked, @cappellaromana has a Kassia recording in post-production. Here is a live performance of her Holy Wednesday hymn as copied in South Italy, which adopted the Constantinopolitan liturgy of the Stoudios monastery https://t.co/tySKIdqNiG— Alexander Lingas (@ALLingas) September 7, 2020