Friends, Baptism is objective: the visible sign of invisible incorporation into the Mystical Body of Jesus. Every baptized person is, objectively speaking, a child of God, divinized, and destined to be a great saint.— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) September 25, 2020
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Friday, September 25, 2020
No Reform to Latin Christian Initiation in Sight
Eight Ecumenical Councils?
"If you ask virtually any Orthodox Christian how many Ecumenical Councils there were in the church, without hesitation he or she will answer that there were seven of them. Is everything really that simple in reality or.."— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) September 25, 2020
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History of Liturgy Seminar
History of Liturgy Seminar 2020-21. Come join us now / while we're online. @ihr_history @HenryBradshawS @elsie33 @mcswrites @TheMRDS @PMMusicSociety @BritArchAssoc pic.twitter.com/1V1lvMuP0p— Helen Gittos (@Helen_Gittos) September 24, 2020
3 Ways of Learning Gregorian Chants?
The abbey of the Valley of the Fallen is the ONLY place in the world where they teach young boys three different ways of learning Gregorian chants.— Estefanía Aguirre Wachter (@estef_aguirre) September 19, 2020
Making it disappear is a grave loss for world cultural patrimony. The prior released a video explaining it https://t.co/9CDKay96Sp pic.twitter.com/GWToBSdIXk
The Emperor Triumphant
https://t.co/CmPvpZVYBS @Smarthistory @drszucker @bethrharris— The Byzantine Legacy (@ByzantineLegacy) September 24, 2020