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What Did Christ Really Look Like? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 29, 2016 ... allowed scientists to create an image of the person from whom the bones came. The figure that is recreated is, surprise, surprise, olive-skinned and Semitic-looking, and so this indicates, so the logic goes, what Christ would probably have looked like. This being so, it demonstrates how narrow minded Europeans are, and how culturally narrow Christianity is for portraying Christ as a white, Caucasian. In short, it would be said, Christ didn't look like this painting by Sir ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/8jSTSAxq-_s/what-did-christ-really-look-like.html

Lessons the Modern Christian Can Learn From St. Paul EYES ON HEAVEN - January 26, 2016 ... always more to do and not enough time to do it in. Sometimes this seems to be the case with faith and family as well as work and responsibilities. We can absolutely exhaust ourselves and still fall short of all we hoped to do. St. Paul, one of the most admired saints of all time, took time out. A lot of time out. Three YEARS, to be exact. After his conversion and before his years of active ministry, Paul disappeared into the desert for three years; during that time, he was instructed in the ...http://eyesonheaven.net/lessons-the-modern-christian-can-learn-from-st-paul/

The Heretic Pope RORATE CÆLI - December 30, 2015 ... Chalcedon (451). Sergius wrote to Pope Honorius to ask "in future that no-one be permitted to affirm the two operations in Christ Our God" and to receive his support against Sophronius. Honorius unfortunately assented to the request. In a letter to Sergius he affirmed that "the will of Our Lord Jesus Christ was one only (unam voluntatem fatemur), for "the fact that our human nature was assumed by the Divinity" and he invited Sophronius to be silent. The correspondence between ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-heretic-pope.html

4 Distractions During Prayer and How to Overcome Them G-MANS JOURNEY - December 8, 2015 ... immediately fall into an ecstasy and are caught up in the Lord's presence for hours on end. Place To start-out, I will first delve into the topic of "place." What I have found is that the location of our prayer greatly affects our ability to open our hearts to God. Personally I pray better in some places than others and so it is important to identify key characteristics that can help foster our prayer life in these different locations. "The Little Oratory" The place of our ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/12/4-distractions-during-prayer-and-how-to.html

Equality? REFLECTIONS OF A PARALYTIC - November 24, 2015 ... beings. But what about the men, women and children involved in achieving this "equality"? To make a family with children even partially biologically related to them, same-sex couples must use third-party reproduction. The children Consciously or unconsciously, to desire a child as the end result of a technological procedure instead of the fruit of marital love is to treat the child not as a person to love, but a product to obtain. Even the children conceived through this ...http://reflectionsofaparalytic.com/?p=11897

The End Times: Christ the King IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - November 22, 2015 ... human, both body and soul, for all eternity. How will this happen? Who really knows, but St. Paul in his 1st letter to the Corinthians writes about our spiritual bodies being raised. Material creation will also be transformed and God will provide for us an environment in which our resurrected, glorified bodies will thrive for all eternity. What is heaven? We think about heaven as a place high above the earth with pure white and fluffy clouds, but heaven is more of a state than ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-end-times-christ-king.html

Not Coming to a World Youth Day Near You MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - November 10, 2015 ... immaturity. Because his reason is not yet settled and is liable to go awry a young man is cereus in cereus in vitium flecti , and in his youth needs a ruler, adviser and teacher. He needs a light to see that life has a moral goal, and practical help to mold and transform his natural inclinations in accordance with the rational order of things. All the great Catholic educators from Benedict of Nursia to Ignatius of Loyola, Joseph Calasanz, John Baptist de la Salle, and John Bosco made this idea ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/11/not-coming-to-world-youth-day-near-you.html

My Answer to "Forty Questions for Christians Who Oppose Marriage Equality" ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - November 9, 2015 ... political power trip is not helping any one ease their pain, their walk in life, or the demands of their faith. 10. Has mandatory celibacy produced good fruit in the lives of most gay Christians you know? I only know of a few cases, and, yes, they did yield "good fruit". 11. How many married same-sex couples do you know? None. 12. Do you believe that same-sex couples' relationships can show the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2015/11/my-answer-to-forty-questions-for.html

How Do We Paint Disfigurement and Bodily Imperfections in Saints? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 6, 2015 ... designing the stained glass windows for the new John Paul II chapel at Mundelein , they thought about this and deliberately left out St Maximilian Kolbe's spectacles for just this reason. The counter to this is that in order to make an image worthy of veneration, according to the theology of holy images established by St Theodore the Studite in the 9th century, two things need to be present. First, the name should be written on the image; and second, it should portray the essential visual ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/crTxYFPTv1c/how-do-we-paint-disfigurement-and.html

Is Marital Indissolubility Only an Ideal? CRISIS MAGAZINE - November 5, 2015 ... been infrequent in the area of marriage and sex. Read the writings of dissident American theologians like Charles Curran et al. from forty years ago. They paid lip service then to the "value" of openness to life or the "value" of the man-woman relationship, while at the same being quite willing to be sometimes closed to life or tolerant of homosexual acts. Read their successors today, and even the lip service is absent, the values lost. I recall the sorry history of compromising our way out of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/uLukfgsoqqc/is-marital-indissolubility-only-an-ideal

How Wojtyla Might Have Answered Cupich on Conscience CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 22, 2015 ... emphasis on accompaniment as a pastoral practice, in order to enrich and form the consciences of his parishioners was because, as George Weigel wrote in his biography Witness to Hope , "this was the way a priest lived out his vocation to be an alter Christus, 'another Christ.'" Weigel went on: God himself had accompanied human beings into the most extreme situation resulting from bad human choices—death—through his own divine choice to be redeemer ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/2zcVEkE8XtM/how-wojtyla-might-answer-cupich-on-conscience

Synod Calls for ... Something That's Been Around for 30 Years NUNBLOG - October 16, 2015 ... Nichols proposes: with the "Original Unity of Man and Woman" in the Book of Genesis. If I could, I would send a copy of John Paul's texts to every member of the Synod, but lacking that possibility, I put out a few tweets and tagged Synod members like @CardinalNapier (who has actually been communicating with me via Twitter). The Cardinal Archbishop of Johannesburg (South Africa) seems to think of Theology of the Body (TOB) in terms of helping teens form a healthy understanding of self and of ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2015/10/synod-calls-for-something-thats-been.html

The Circuli Minori Discuss the Second Part of the Instrumentum Laboris: The Importance of Divine Pedagogy VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - October 14, 2015 ... the Gospels, reaffirming that "divine pedagogy acts in all biblical revelation and must continue to be experienced by the Church, following families in their joys and sorrows". Another observation of this group, that resonates widely, is that the Relatio should express a broader conceptual unity and not speak about indissolubility as if it were its only concern. "Fidelity and indissolubility should be referred to as a gift and call, rather than in the legal terms of duty; they should not be ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-circuli-minori-discuss-second-part.html