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"Ride Around the Lamb to All the Little Towns" Καθολικός διάκονος - August 29, 2014 Yesterday the Roman Catholic Church observed the liturgical memorial of St Augustine, the greatest of the Latin, or Western, Church Fathers. In honor of that day, a friend of mine posted a recipe for Pear Crisp on Facebook. This is a humorous reference to the event about which the Bishop of Hippo Regius wrote in Book II, Chapter 4 of his magnificent work, Confessions , which remains a classic of world literature: There was a pear tree close to our own ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/08/ride-around-lamb-to-all-little-towns.html

Who Are We? FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - August 24, 2014 ... pluralism or any type of denominational division. What we shall find is the One Mystical Body of Christ, with all of the Holy Angels and Saints united in one Body and our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ at the Head. We shall find that the One, Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church that we have known on earth has been purified, perfected and glorified – the Church Militant taken up and subsumed for eternity in the Church Triumphant. We often hear that if ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2014/08/who-are-we.html

"The Assumption" by Mgr. Ronald Knox INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 15, 2014 ... fill her bosom the sooner. So he, whose reapers are the angels, would leave for his blessed Mother a special portion of those graces that were to enrich mankind. The child-bearing which brought, to us others, redemption from the fault of our first parents should bring, to her, exemption; the empty tomb, which assures us that our bodies will rise at the judgment, was for her the earnest of an immediate resurrection; Christ the first-fruits, and who should glean them, but she? For that, heaven ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/08/the-assumption-by-mgr-ronald-knox.html

St. Maximilian Kolbe, Martyr LUNCH BREAK - August 14, 2014 Many people are at least somewhat familiar with the saint whose feast day the Catholic Church celebrates today — namely, St. Maximilian Kolbe , who voluntarily gave up his life in Auschwitz in 1941 to spare the life of one Franciszek Gajowniczek . But what is lesser known is that during the canonization process, a controversy arose in the Church as to whether or not Father Kolbe should be regarded as a martyr. George Weigel writes in Witness to Hope : ...http://jdjansen.blogspot.com/2012/08/st-maximilian-kolbe-martyr.html

St. Stanislaus & Me GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO - August 12, 2014 We are a pilgrim people, always on the move and learning more about our spirituality every day. Never can we learn everything our faith has to offer, regardless of how many books you have read; we are learning and improving every day until our earthly-lives are up and we're recalled to God, in Heaven, where our true home is. Life on earth is only for a mere moment in comparison to the eternal life in Heaven we all dream of! One of my ...http://ravenswiss.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-stanislaus-me.html

UNDERSTANDING the 'NEW EVANGELIZATION' GLORIA OLIVAE - August 10, 2014 ... cardinals. He was speaking over their heads because their hearts were down in the world. The world could hear his parables but could not join him inside the house, as the Apostles did, to hear the meaning of his parables. It was the sure sign of what he suspected all along. That the church has lost her Faith. His three important encyclicals, 'Deus Caritas Est,'' Spes Salvi' and 'Caritas in Veritate' though praised politely, fell on deaf ears. All of Benedict's audiences, writings and talks met ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_08_01_archive.html#4538588670185485091

'Intrumentum Laboris' Battle Lines Drawn: The Natural Law Is Under Fire CATHOLIC CHAMPION BLOG - July 30, 2014 ... by Christ, namely, to guard with the greatest vigilance the deposit of the faith delivered to the saints, rejecting the profane novelties of words and oppositions of knowledge falsely so called. There has never been a time when this watchfulness of the supreme pastor was not necessary to the Catholic body; for, owing to the efforts of the enemy of the human race, there have never been lacking "men speaking perverse things" (Acts xx. 30), "vain talkers and ...http://catholicchampion.blogspot.com/2014/07/intrumentum-laboris-battle-lines-drawn.html

Rome and Relics SHAMELESS POPERY - July 24, 2014 ... the meantime, I wanted to talk about one of the really striking parts about being a Catholic in Rome: there are relics everywhere. This allows for something amazing spiritually. As one of the second-year men explained to us on the first day, you can frequently celebrate a Saint's feast day here by visiting them , since the churches of Rome are home to innumerable relics of the Saints. That afternoon, I visited the Basilica di ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/07/rome-and-relics.html

A Counter-Syllabus of Summer Reading (or Saints, Soldiers, & Celebrities by the Seashore) MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - July 18, 2014 ... Reagan-era Republicans in their ethos. For better and worse. Weigel plugs Father Robert Barron's Catholicism series [I'd call it Catholicism, Sanitized for the Public Schools Humanities Class , if not simply Catholicism Decaffeinated . I'd also note a rose window for a book cover is probably the least imaginatively-inspired choice for packaging since Baker Book introduced its equally lackluster efforts for its Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture . But there I go being ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/07/a-counter-syllabus-of-summer-reading-or.html

How Mormons Respond to Theological Dissent CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 14, 2014 ... exclusive priesthood. If the ancient Israelites limited their priestly class to the sons of Levi (Why Levi? What did he do?), it must be possible to be special without being a priest. Lobbying for an invitation to a sacrificial calling is highly distasteful for anyone. But anyhow, as a former Mormon, I would feel quite cheeky telling practicing Latter-Day Saints how to order their affairs. Kelly's case is more interesting in what it shows us about the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/9qTexP7XO7k/mormanism-theological-dissent

Ask Tony: Can Non-Catholics Be Saved? THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - July 13, 2014 A reader wrote the following question to my fellow Catholic Stand writer, screenwriter John Darrouzet : I am confused on the Catholic stand on salvation. Some Catholic weblogs say a non-Catholic can not be saved unless they are ignorant of the Catholic church and are sincerely seeking God. Other blogs say the church never believed that non-Catholics cannot be saved. Help — what is ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2014/07/ask-tony-can-non-catholics-be-saved.html

Dr Kwasniewski on Seven Years of Summorum Pontificum VULTUS CHRISTI - July 8, 2014 ... The boldface emphases are my own. I remember distinctly the day of July 7, 2007. Over the course of the preceding year, there had been a number of amicable but highly tentative discussions about the extent to which the traditional Latin Mass should find a place in the life of our newly established college, which was to open its doors in August 2007. At that time, the Gregorian rite was the preserve of a vibrant minority of Catholics gratefully receiving the fruits of Ecclesia ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/07/dr-kwasniewski-on-seven-years-of-summorum-pontificum/

Seven Years of Summorum Pontificum NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 7, 2014 I remember distinctly the day of July 7, 2007. Over the course of the preceding year, there had been a number of amicable but highly tentative discussions about the extent to which the traditional Latin Mass should find a place in the life of our newly established college, which was to open its doors in August 2007. At that time, the Gregorian rite was the preserve of a vibrant minority of Catholics gratefully receiving the fruits of Ecclesia Dei communities, along with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/qVuuEiwG0_A/seven-years-of-summorum-pontificum.html

Summer Reading - June MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC WIFE & MOTHER - June 30, 2014 ... try and do so again. Picture Book Read Alouds Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst Kieran through Patrick have been enjoying listening to this story over and over again. Patrick finds the "invisible castle" very amusing. Eloise Wilkin Stories (Little Golden Book Treasury) We didn't simply read this book; we read it again and again and again. We gave Eloise Wilkin Stories to Kieran for his birthday and he really likes it. At least once a ...http://catholicmemories.blogspot.com/2014/06/summer-reading-june.html

Two Weeks of Worthy Women: Margery Kempe CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - June 25, 2014 ... difficulty including her in the listing. She was a good Catholic. Like many, quite scrupulous. A mother of fourteen, which was remarkable, if not miraculous for the age–remember the Black Death as well as the mortality rate for women in childbirth. Despite more than a dozen kids, she seems to have had some problems with sex. Around the age of forty, she extracted a vow of chastity from her husband. Then she embarked on an extended pilgrimage, a 1413-14 trip that found ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/two-weeks-of-worthy-women-margery-kempe/

Sensus Fidei Fidelium IDLE SPECULATIONS - June 21, 2014 ... evidence of the introduction of the Byzantine feasts of the Conception and Presentation of Mary at the Temple or at Winchester in England in c. 1030. In medieval times the Immaculate Conception of Mary was depicted in delicate terms in the Meeting of Saints Anne and Joachim at the Golden Gate of Jerusalem Master of Moulins (Jean Hey) (active 1483 or earlier - about 1500) Charlemagne, and the Meeting of Saints Joachim and Anne at the Golden Gate (detail) c 1500 ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/jUr5Rp5_Y5w/sensus-fidei-fidelium.html

PENTECOST - And the 'Waxing Cold of Charity.' GLORIA OLIVAE - June 17, 2014 NEXUS: We have been discussing Christ's prophecy about the continuous 'decay of Faith' that will worsen in the Catholic Church as we approach the end. And there is the other prophecy: its consequence which is the 'waxing cold of Charity.' With both prophecies the expectation is prophesied also and that is the rise of an anti-pope and that most of the hierarchy will be without Faith and Charity. These truths had been foretold primarily in the Old and New Testaments. These ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_06_01_archive.html#1488796909830359837

The Pope Receives the Primate of the Anglican Church: Great Saints, Teachers and Communities Demonstrate Our Common Root VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - June 16, 2014 ... engagement. He also emphasised their shared "horror in the face of the scourge of human trafficking and forms of modern-day slavery" and thanked Archbishop Welby "for the leadership you have shown in opposing these intolerable crimes against human dignity". "In attempting to respond to this urgent need, notable collaborative efforts have been initiated on the ecumenical level and in cooperation with civil authorities and international organisations. Many ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-pope-receives-primate-of-anglican.html

Question on Breviary Unity COFFEE AND CANTICLES - May 30, 2014 ... after Pentecost" rather than "xth Sunday of ordinary time." The big difference is with the feastdays of saints throughout the year. Both EF and OF match up on some of them, but not all. Plus, the EF includes many more saints in the general calendar as obligatory commemorations than the OF does. If the majority of masses (Sunday and/or daily) that you attend are EF, it would make sense to use the EF breviary, because I think you'd want to commemorate the same ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/lHna5-CjkFQ/question-on-breviary-unity.html

"An Attack on People's Memories" SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - May 23, 2014 ... emerges is a very different picture to the one we were taught in school. It seems that in 1533, the year of Henry's break from Rome, traditional Catholicism was the religion of the vast majority of the country. And in most places it was absolutely thriving. [...] It is true that English religion in the early 1500s was not especially studious or erudite. The people did not spend hours a day in biblical studies, contemplation, and moralising in the manner of the more intense ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/05/attack-on-people-memories.html

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