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Personal Identity Is Not Chosen CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 23, 2016 ... father. In a sense I had more choice becoming a Catholic, since I'm a convert, but my conversion was less a choice than a recognition that I had already become Catholic in outlook and loyalty. Marriage was more completely voluntary, but it too involved dispositions that are not simply a matter of choice, for example readiness to maintain a principled commitment to a particular person over the course of a lifetime. And, of course, it also depended on the consent of that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/TxMGsTH2XYc/personal-identity-is-not-chosen
This and That .... CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - July 17, 2016 ... same time, made them instruments of his love, entrusting to them the responsibility for the future of mankind, through the transmission of human life". 82.The Synod Fathers stated that "the growth of a mentality that would reduce the generation of human life to one variable of an individual's or a couple's plans is clearly evident". The Church's teaching is meant to "help couples to experience in a complete, harmonious and conscious way their communion as ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2016/07/this-and-that.html
Genesis Notes: Eve's Resume HAPPY CATHOLIC* - June 29, 2016 ... Hamburg), Jacob Ungerer We don't know many details about Eve but she was a key player in the beginning of Genesis as Adam's wife and the person who had to deal face to face with Satan's temptation. As with Adam, I like the way that the Life Application Study Bible's profile on Eve makes the key lessons from her life stand out. Strengths and accomplishments: First wife and mother First female. As such she shared a special relationship with God, had co-responsibility with Adam ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2016/06/genesis-notes-eves-resume.html
The Fever-swamp has... ... been using the Orlando Massacre (by a Muslim ... LEX COMMUNIS - June 18, 2016 ... community, someone who had been born "gay," someone who needed to accept their gayness – no matter how bad it got. Then, I met someone who was infinitely caring and sympathetic, but he also didn't look at me as a "gay" man or a member of the LGBT community; he looked at me as a man, and as a member of his community, as a "human person, made in the image and likeness of God." This saintly disciple of Christ was Fr. John Harvey. And he once said: "Our ...http://peterseanesq.blogspot.com/2016/06/the-fever-swamp-has.html
The 19th Century Beuronese School: An Inspiration for Artists Today? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 31, 2016 ... tells us that it is not enough to stylize; the Christian artist has a great responsibility and must understand deeply how his stylization is going to reveal truth, rather than hide it. If he gets it wrong he can lead souls astray. It's not just what he paints, it's how he paints it. (I hesitated to portray the image, below right, which I see as an example of art that has an anti-ideal. It is about at the limit of what I feel I can show and even then I felt I had to make is small.. Bear in mind ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/US8otY7AQlU/the-19th-century-beuronese-school.html
The Christian Mystery MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - May 31, 2016 ... by which Jesus described himself, 'Son of Man', implies this corporate personality. Kings in the ancient Middle East were considered the personification of their people: what happened to them was considered to have happened to all their subjects. If they were praised, all felt uplifted; if they were insulted or wounded all screamed for vengeance. What was a pious fiction in the mystique of oriental royalty is literally true of Jesus because of the action of the Holy Spirit from the moment of ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-christian-mystery.html
Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 30, 2016 ... delightful. Beauty and friendship are vindicated as values worth dying for, even though the protagonists do not usually end up dying. All of these things sound lovely, but they sound insubstantial. If it were not for Joan of Arc's life, we could hardly believe such things to be possible. We would instead believe modern historians who wax pedantic about how the romantic Middle Ages are a whole-cloth invention of men like Howard Pyle and Sir Walter Scott. We would dismiss stories of peasants ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/GfyzKhFhTkM/mark-twain-personal-recollections-joan-arc