A letter by Cardinal Pietro Parolin leaked to an Italian outlet shows that the Secretariat of State was aware, and approved at its highest ranks, of the disgraced purchase of a luxury real estate in London now at the center of a Vatican investigation. https://t.co/ROGYgBhRTe— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) January 12, 2021
Tuesday, January 12, 2021
The founder and editor of Ignatius Press entered the Society of Jesus in 1961, was ordained a priest in 1972, founded Ignatius Press in 1978—and continues to go strong at the age of 80.
“Modern theology has often been receptive to the siren call of genealogical thinking, as became once again apparent in the early stages of Vatican II”— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) January 5, 2021
Thomas Pfau at @GenofMod https://t.co/YG9XFtIMmB
Genealogies of Modernity
Happy 90th birthday to Metropolitan John Zizioulas of Pergam! https://t.co/9W4N5xcQTV— Basilica.ro (EN) (@BasilicaNews) January 12, 2021
May God grant him many years.
Four alumni authors, including @sancrucensis, have contributed to a new book about environmentalism, "The Glory of the Cosmos: A Catholic Approach to the Natural World," from @AroucaPress -- https://t.co/ane4tTctCT pic.twitter.com/S1SGlp4NlW— ThomasAquinasCollege (@TACollege) January 12, 2021
"While the #PopeFrancis' reform is being framed as a move toward some kind of diaconal role for women, it actually may be a strategic move to head off a looming German confrontation on the issue." via @PillarCatholic https://t.co/7xj8fQicOh— Ed. Condon (@canonlawyered) January 12, 2021