From our most recent Winter 2020/2021 print edition, a tribute to the late Thomas Howard by Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist.https://t.co/IOix8dpbpb— The European Conservative (@EuroConOfficial) January 29, 2021
Wednesday, February 03, 2021
WHEN A BISHOP DEPARTS FROM ‘THE CATHOLIC STANDARD’.... WHAT CAN THE FAITHFUL DO?— Orthodox Ethos (@frpeterheers) February 3, 2021
In questions concerning the Faith, THE PEOPLE MUST JUDGE his teaching.... pic.twitter.com/siZaqMiIlF
The Mystery of Primordial Paradise. Part 1. What is life in Paradise like?https://t.co/QmL0krqZlC— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) February 3, 2021
Priest Valery Dukhanin
Divine Revelation tells us that God didn’t place man in the primordial Paradise to relax under the palms and pick the fruit of the trees of Paradise. pic.twitter.com/qnZfuB5ifl
Since the prophet’s death is not mentioned in the Old Testament, but the Prophet Elijah ascended up to heaven, one may ask, “Did he die like all people or is he still alive today?"#orthodox_times https://t.co/v6nfekfYOR— Orthodox Times (@orthodox_times) February 1, 2021
Metropolitan Sotirios represents that overducated but unthinking hyper-rationalism that seeks to take away from tradition, rather than serving tradition. His three purposes of prayer relate to the order of intention, and do not need to be explicitly verbalized for the intentions to be present.
Regarding the name of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, both names together call to the mind the whole Trinity but the name of Jesus by itselfshould remind us of Trinity, as the Son is the Father's accomplishing of salvation for us, by the power of the Holy Spirit.
... If he doesn’t “love” her, the wife will not obey him. If the man does not heed this word, he is responsible for the woman’s obstinacy. Thus, he has to love her by all means.— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) February 2, 2021
+Elder Arsenie (Papacioc), Eternity in the Moment, p. 181 pic.twitter.com/g4Kpd7zfs5
More pastorally questionable pontificating:
1/2: The woman has to live in harmony with her husband. They have to work together for the supreme goal: salvation. The woman is the heart of the family, as the man is the head of the family. If there’s no heart, the head is empty...— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) February 1, 2021
+Elder Arsenie (Papacioc) pic.twitter.com/SGVzVnzXBC
The Church evangelizes and is herself evangelized through the beauty of the Liturgy.Let us ask the grace of a personal and authentic encounter with the living Christ in the liturgical celebration,so that our lives might become a spiritual sacrifice offered to God.#GeneralAudience— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) February 3, 2021
DECREE on the Celebration of Saints Martha, Mary and Lazarus in the General Roman Calendarhttps://t.co/I7z9XMTsz1— Pontifical Academy Life (@PontAcadLife) February 2, 2021
Note that Sertillanges, as orthodox a Thomist as there ever was, took for granted that there is such a thing as a nation, a family of families, bounded within borders, a reasonable object of natural political attachment.— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) February 2, 2021
Modern cosmopolitan theory didn’t enter his mind.