Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Link in BIO!— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) November 25, 2020
The new church of Celije has 3 altars which are dedicated to St. Sava of Serbia St. Mary of Egypt and St. Justin Martyr. follow the link to watch our pilgrimage to this special monastery.https://t.co/Pq2lFtJZDQ pic.twitter.com/IBq6VtWoEf
What has surprised me the most about this statement from the #EconomyofFrancesco summit is the lack of emphasis on the family. If there is any central message of @Pontifex on economics, it's the importance of the family in any economic system. https://t.co/TiWbmtZQvn— Fr. Pius Pietrzyk OP (@PiusOP) November 25, 2020
Saint Katherine was both wise in the ways of God and willing to witness for God. Through her knowledge, many came to Christ. May we be wise in the ways of God. May we use our knowledge to bring others to Christ. May our witness bring us to Him as well! https://t.co/CX7ePInaTp— OCN (@MyOCN) November 25, 2020
St. Katherine the Holy Great Martyr of Alexandria— Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Canada (@GO_Metropolis) November 25, 2020
O friends of martyrs, now divinely raise up a renewed chorus, praising the all-wise Katherine. For, she proclaimed Christ in the arena, trampled on the serpent, and spat upon the knowledge of the orators. https://t.co/APdRReyFc1 pic.twitter.com/8S392Lem4r
Icon of St. Catherine of Alexandria (13th century)— The Byzantine Legacy (@ByzantineLegacy) November 25, 2020
At St. Catherine Monastery in Sinai, Egypt
St. Catherine is commemorated by the Orthodox and Catholic churches today (or December 7 in the Julian Calendar) pic.twitter.com/SATYtTdQgc
The Holy Father #PopeFrancis has erected a new eparchy for Byzantine-Ukrainians in Gdansk. This is a region where Ukrainians were displaced in large numbers from their ancestral lands after the Second World War. https://t.co/1vDBGkd1vO— Fr Alexander Laschuk (@byzkanonist) November 25, 2020
A localist, communion-ecclesiological understanding of jurisdiction would focus more on the people seeking to have a presbyter/bishop of their own rite petitioning for acceptance from the Christian majority of a different rite who live in an area? (Not that the majority would have a right to reject their request, but a request out of charity and politeness protocol/etiquette.) And the local presbyteral synod would welcome the new presbyter/bishop to their synod. Something like that...
Yesterday, thousands of users of @Twitter in Spain called for Catholic priests to be burned alive, making it trending topic for hours.— Ines San Martin (@inesanma) November 25, 2020
The social network, apparently, does not consider a call to set priests on fire to be in violation of its norms 🧐https://t.co/ClAASGIRkG
On the same day that Pope Francis approved the beatification of 127 Catholics killed in Spain in hatred of the faith in the 20th century, a hashtag calling for Catholic priests to be burned was trending on Twitter in Spain. https://t.co/OwVLwkxeEY— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) November 25, 2020
Perfect Advent reading.— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) November 24, 2020
Reclaim an ordered soul and practice interior peace.
I’ll give away three copies on Friday.
Retweet or comment to enter the drawing. pic.twitter.com/NWaSVOp2hc
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