Japanese depictions of the Blessed Virgin with the Infant Jesus, drawn by Carmelite nuns of Tokyo. pic.twitter.com/bK99VoHWc8— laura elizabeta (@lrelizabeta) November 5, 2020
Friday, November 06, 2020
On the Michael Sisco’s Show: ON THE ORTHODOX CHURCH— Orthodox Ethos (@frpeterheers) November 5, 2020
Among the questions answered:
1. How do we know the Orthodox Church to be the Historical New Testament Church and what does that mean? (1)https://t.co/g6KsbOcbFG
Here is another article, specifically on Divine Worship: Daily Office (Commonwealth Edition) for the ordinariates in the UK and Australia: https://t.co/qtVPa6xffg— Fr James Bradley (@FrJamesBradley) November 6, 2020
The Vatican's announcement confirms CNA's reporting that the McCarrick Report will be released Nov. 10. https://t.co/QOue8oi6G1— JD Flynn (@jdflynn) November 6, 2020
What are you doing at 11p.m. EST on Monday 11/9? Might we suggest tuning into @EWTN to watch their new documentary about Romano Guardini, technology, & culture? Ft. interviews with our @JohnCavadini, @timothypomalley, @leodelo2, & @brettrobinson75. https://t.co/bBRhjf0LCZ— McGrath Institute (@McGrathND) November 6, 2020
Confirmed: "Following the canonical inquiry concerning accusations against Cardinal Gulbinowicz and after having examined other elements of his past life, the Holy See has taken the following disciplinary measures: https://t.co/zBIJYNZIld— Cindy Wooden (@Cindy_Wooden) November 6, 2020
"It is only by thinking in terms of the local Church that we can be truly Catholic, because only parochialism can translate universal doctrine into pastoral practice. We cannot evade the pastoral paradox that, on one hand, the grace of God knows no bounds, the sacraments are》 pic.twitter.com/k3OCNA3QNy— Fr Martin Thornton (@martin_thornton) November 2, 2020
My guess, an icon commissioned by a Latin from someone trained in Byzantine iconography. The Holy Family icon is a popular image with Latins but here the Eastern tradition of depicting St. Joseph as being much older than the Theotokos is apparently being followed. (I've never seen the Holy Family icon in a Byzantine temple.)
Saint Porphyrios by Serbian masters. @ikonopisbilic— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) November 6, 2020
Found at the monastery of saint Justin Popovic
“Everything has its purpose Not even a pine needle can fall from a pine tree if God does not will it. Therefore, you must not become saddened over what befalls you."
St. Porfyrios pic.twitter.com/g1d3CjMsDs
Andrew Latham on the 10 principles.
#4 regarding scale is a questionable claim regarding Aquinas, though probably true of neoscholastics who didn't know any better. #3 re: the end of a state is questionable as well.