CHURCH OF ST JOHN OF SHANGHAI AND SAN FRANCISCO— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) August 24, 2021
This wooden tent shaped church with 13 domes is located in a territory adjacent to the National Mental Health Clinic, and was built by our Convent to offer spiritual support to the clinic’s patients. https://t.co/JJcDa9cz1M pic.twitter.com/1ur392UUOQ
Tuesday, August 24, 2021
Fr Seraphim Rose warns of 'correctness disease' when one quotes from the canons, the Fathers and typicon to prove themselves correct. He warns of indulging 'the passion for self-righteousness'. Without awareness of the limits of one's understanding, correctness becomes a disease— sober deacon (@DeaconSober) August 23, 2021
Garrigou on how, by revelation, man is conformed to God, not God to man. When revealing, God remains the origin, measure, and end of his revelation.— Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP (@FrAquinasOP) August 24, 2021
"God demands that we grow. When he reveals himself to us, he seeks, in a way, to divinize us and not to be annihilated within us."
The Litera Florentina, of Justinian's Digest, written in the fourth decades of the sixth century, contains 907 leaves, and hundreds of thousands of words. This one ms contains by itself as much Latin as all surviving Latin literature from before 100 AD. pic.twitter.com/a4GUiahIpQ— Transmission of the Latin Classics (@OxGTLC) August 24, 2021
Aside from the need to distinguish Vatican II and the liturgical reforms following (many of which do not reflect the council’s teachings), it is curious how Francis has removed Vatican II as an object of further study and inquiry.https://t.co/N0V4cwRYAv— Crisis Magazine (@CrisisMag) August 24, 2021