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Virtue, That's the Thing THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - October 26, 2014 In preparation for what I think will be a great issue of the Catholic Review of Books , I have started to read a number of wonderful books on marriage. The fine people at Ignatius Press sent me several and those other fine people at Sophia Institute Press have sent me a few on the topic too. Ignatius has those 'controversial' books taking on Kasper directly with robust historical, canonical and theological essays. Power-punches, for lack of a better. Sophia ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2014/10/virtue-thats-thing.html

The (Other) Pope's Speech CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - October 24, 2014 ... dialogue among religions and serve together the cause of world peace?' The counter-question is: ' Can dialogue substitute for mission?' "In fact, many today think religions should respect each other and, in their dialogue, become a common force for peace. According to this way of thinking, it is usually taken for granted that different religions are variants of one and the same reality," the retired pope wrote. "The question of truth, that which originally ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2014/10/the-other-popes-speech.html

Pope Benedict: Relativistic Ideas of Religious Truth "Lethal to Faith" SANCTE PATER - October 24, 2014 ... religions in the world. "It is nevertheless lethal to faith. [How I have missed you.] In fact, faith loses its binding character and its seriousness, everything is reduced to interchangeable symbols, capable of referring only distantly to the inaccessible mystery of the divine ," he wrote. Pope Benedict wrote that some religions , particularly "tribal religions," are " waiting for the encounter with Jesus Christ ," but that this "encounter is always reciprocal. Christ is ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2014/10/pope-benedict-relativistic-ideas-of.html

Benedict XVI Send Text of Talk to University: Relativistic Dialogue and "Lethal Ideas" FR. Z'S BLOG - October 24, 2014 ... among religions in the world. "It is nevertheless lethal to faith. [How I have missed you.] In fact, faith loses its binding character and its seriousness, everything is reduced to interchangeable symbols, capable of referring only distantly to the inaccessible mystery of the divine ," he wrote. Pope Benedict wrote that some religions , particularly "tribal religions," are " waiting for the encounter with Jesus Christ ," but that this "encounter is always reciprocal. Christ is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/2dG7sSxDaso/

Dialogue With Homosexuals and Remarried Cannot Substitute for Proclaiming the True Doctrine ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - October 24, 2014 ... for peace among religions in the world. "It is nevertheless lethal to faith. In fact, faith loses its binding character and its seriousness, everything is reduced to interchangeable symbols, capable of referring only distantly to the inaccessible mystery of the divine," he wrote. The address emphasized that the proclamation of Jesus Christ is not about gaining "as many members as possible for our community, and still less in order to gain power. … We speak of him because ...http://abyssum.org/2014/10/24/dialogue-with-homosexuals-and-remarried-cannot-substitute-for-proclaiming-the-true-doctrine/

Pope Benedict Speaks: On That Which Is "Lethal to Faith" FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - October 23, 2014 ... retired pope wrote. "The question of truth, that which originally motivated Christians more than any other, is here put inside parentheses. It is assumed that the authentic truth about God is in the last analysis unreachable and that at best one can represent the ineffable with a variety of symbols. This renunciation of truth seems realistic and useful for peace among religions in the world. "It is nevertheless lethal to faith. In fact, faith loses its binding character and ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2014/10/in-light-of-movement-of-church-to.html

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: Dialogue Cannot Substitute for Mission INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - October 23, 2014 ... seems realistic and useful for peace among religions in the world. "It is nevertheless lethal to faith. In fact, faith loses its binding character and its seriousness, everything is reduced to interchangeable symbols, capable of referring only distantly to the inaccessible mystery of the divine," he wrote. The address emphasized that the proclamation of Jesus Christ is not about gaining "as many members as possible for our community, and still less in order to gain power. ... We ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/10/pope-emeritus-benedict-xvi-dialogue-cannot-substitute-for-mission.html

John Locke and the Dark Side of Toleration CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 10, 2014 "A Church then I take to be a voluntary Society of men, joining themselves together of their own accord, in order to the publick worshipping of God, in such a manner as they judge acceptable to him, and effectual to the Salvation of their Souls." ∼ John Locke, A Letter Concerning Toleration It seems likely that most Americans would find John Locke's definition of a church non-controversial, perhaps even obvious. This shows both how relevant the seventeenth ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/siYFAQWpDzs/john-locke-dark-side-toleration

Deacon Bob's Homily for the 26th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle A, 2014 CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - September 24, 2014 ... Humility . Even though he was God, completely humbled himself. He did the will of his Father. His will perfectly cooperated with the will of the Father. The Son and the Father and the Holy Spirit are one God, thus Jesus' will was one with the will of the Father. Jesus fulfilled the mission he was given. Jesus knew the plan of the Father was the best plan, and Jesus never doubted it, as difficult as it would become to fulfill for his human nature. Jesus's will and the Father's will were ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2014/09/deacon-bobs-homily-for-the-26th-sunday-of-ordinary-time-cycle-a-2014/

Aparecida 74 – Democracy and Authoritarianism CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - September 9, 2014 Continuing their analysis of the reality of Latin American and the Caribbean, the bishops turn to the "sociopolitical dimension, " an analysis which I find rather optimistic. They first treat what they call "authoritarian regimes" in paragraph 74. The Latin American bishops meetings in Medellin Colombia in 1968 and in Puebla in 1979 took place in a time when many Latin American countries were ruled by right-wing dictatorships in which ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/aparecida-74-democracy-and-authoritarianism/

Part 10: Unofficial Translation of Evangelii Gaudium ALIENS IN THIS WORLD - September 2, 2014 ... Today one is accustomed to speak of an "excess of diagnosis" which is not always accompanied by improved and actually applicable proposals. On the other hand, neither would a purely sociological viewpoint that would have pretensions of encompassing all reality with its methodology, supposedly of a neutral and aseptic manner . What I want to offer goes better along the line of an "evangelical discernment." It is the missionary disciple's ...http://suburbanbanshee.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/part-10-unofficial-translation-of-evangelii-gaudium/

Children on the Border: A Thought Exercise MUSINGS OF A DISCERNING WOMAN - July 13, 2014 Humor me a moment. I'd ask you to close your eyes, but you can't do that and read, so instead I just ask that you access your imagination. You live in a large suburban development, one of those one with several cul-de-sacs, open spaces, and busy roads separating the different neighborhoods. You know the kids on your block by name, you might recognize the kids from the nearby neighborhood, but you have no idea who the kids are who live on the farthest edges ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MusingsOfADiscerningWoman/~3/Ly7iQwlTJ0o/children-on-border-thought-exercise.html