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Labor FROM THE PASTOR'S DESK - August 31, 2014 ... characteristics that distinguish man from the rest of creatures, whose activity for sustaining their lives cannot be called work. ...man's life is built up every day from work, from work it derives its specific dignity, but at the same time work contains the unceasing measure of human toil and suffering, and also of the harm and injustice which penetrate deeply into social life within individual nations and on the international level. But the church considers ...http://stmichaelpastorsdesk.blogspot.com/2014/08/labor.html

What Is Civilization? CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 11, 2014 ... organisms? How many of us had realized that being civilized was the willingness to make ourselves cattle in the service of increasingly complex social hierarchies? How many of us thought that civilization was marked by the sort of "specialization of labour" that had reduced human labour to that of a disposable cog in an increasingly large and complex wheel? How many of us guessed that civilization was defined by culturally ingrained progressivism and other supremacist ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/K3jeJgi0rmI/civilization

The Catholic Church, Politics and Logical Fallacies in America ARNOBIUS OF SICCA - July 28, 2014 ... Person A makes Statement X Opponent makes attack on Person A Therefore Statement X is false This kind of attack tries to indicate that the personal characteristics or beliefs of an individual makes him or her unable or unqualified to speak the truth. For example, the argument of "How can some celibate old men make a decision about contraception or abortion or remarriage?" The problem is, the Catholic teaching is not about confirming what is ...http://arnobius-of-sicca.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-catholic-church-politics-and.html

THE BLESSING OF AN ICON OF CHRIST at Belmont Abbey, Hereford. The ... MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - July 28, 2014 ... start with the powerful background of the icon. It is is real gold. This half-length image of Christ is envolved in light represented by the gold. Images of Christ in this formed are founded in the ninth century Psalters, particularly placed near the words: "Shine on us, Lord, the light of your face". Moreover, one of the oldest Russian icons of this type (XII and XIII century) called the Saviour with Golden Hear in the Cathedral of the Dormition in Moscow, Christ is called King of Glory, as ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-blessing-of-icon-of-christ-at.html

Hobby Lobby and Employment Discrimination CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 22, 2014 ... Lobbying for coercive laws that violate freedom will not promote justice in the workplace. Nor will it advance the common good to seek to silence debate about sexual morality. We, like all Americans, wish there was an easy way forward. There is not. But there is an honest one. And it starts with the unflinching commitment to the inherent dignity of every human person, and to the "healthy pluralism" we all wish to share. The post Hobby Lobby and Employment ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/N-EwDqsBM-w/hobby-lobby-enda

Leaven and the Kingdom of God CREO EN DIOS! - July 20, 2014 ... his field. The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed that a person took and sowed in a field. The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed with flour until the whole batch was leavened. The one of the three parables that resonates the most with me is that of the yeast. Doubtless that is because we bake bread with regularity. I've seen the "magic" of mixing a few teaspoons of leaven into water and flour and seeing it turn into a beautifully risen dough. ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/07/20/leaven-and-the-kingdom-of-god/

Our Lady of Mount Carmel COMMUNIO - July 16, 2014 ... pledge of her motherly protection, not only in this life but after death. As a sign, it is a conventional sign signifying three elements strictly joined: first , belonging to a religious family particularly devoted to Mary, especially dear to Mary, the Carmelite Order; second , consecration to Mary, devotion to and trust in her Immaculate Heart; third an incitement to become like Mary by imitating her virtues, above all her humility, chastity, and spirit of prayer." As you know, all Marian ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/07/our-lady-of-mount-carmel-5/

Why Does the Catholic Church Always Talk About Sex? ABBEY ROADS - July 7, 2014 ... person a man or a woman, and thereby largely condition his or her progress towards maturity and insertion into society. Hence sexual matters, as is obvious to everyone, today constitute a theme frequently and openly dealt with in books, reviews, magazines and other means of social communication. In the present period, the corruption of morals has increased, and one of the most serious indications of this corruption is the unbridled exaltation of sex. Moreover, through the ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/07/why-does-catholic-church-always-talk.html

Here's Something: On Gender Ideology. ABBEY ROADS - July 6, 2014 ... ideology, being a man or a woman is not determined fundamentally by sex but by culture. Therefore, the very bases of the family and inter-personal relationships are attacked. Some considerations should be made in this regard because of the importance of this ideology in contemporary culture and its influence on the phenomenon of de facto unions. In the integrative dynamics of the human personality, one very important factor is identity. During childhood and adolescence, a ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/07/heres-something-on-gender-ideology.html

Steps to Truth Continued TWO CATHOLIC MEN AND A BLOG - July 1, 2014 The last post on this blog spoke of 10 steps to Truth , from human passion (step 1) to Catholicism (step 10). It leads with the heart in hopes that the Truth can find its way on the sometimes long & difficult journey to the head. In this post I offer 7 steps as questions to the same conclusion, but this time starting with the head, in hopes that the Truth can somehow travel to the heart. It represents my own line of reasoning from when I started back on the journey ...http://2catholicmen.blogspot.com/2014/07/steps-to-truth-continued.html

A Little Something Extra...The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 15, 2014 ... God is far beyond our limited human minds and weak human concepts. But God does reveal Himself to us, and if we pay close attention and pray, we can get to know Him and strengthen our relationship with Him. Let's see, then, what today's readings have to say about Who God is. 1. God has a name. He proclaims it to Moses in the First Reading. This seems self-evident and rather unimportant, but in revealing His name, God is creating intimacy with ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-little-something-extrathe-solemnity.html

Do We Worship the Same God? DARWINCATHOLIC - June 9, 2014 ... Longenecker's affection for C. S. Lewis coming through here, as this line of thinking will be very familiar to readers of Lewis's The Last Battle . It's not a bad way of looking at things, but I think there are a couple other elements of this which are worth thinking about. In the sense that Fr. Longenecker is speaking, someone who sincerely worships Zeus is worshipping God. In the sense that there is no Good but God, I think that's clearly true. But it is still possible to worship false Gods. ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2014/06/do-we-worship-same-god.html

God and Metaphysics 1 — William Hasker PAYING ATTENTION TO THE SKY - June 4, 2014 ... considerations and are accessible to any reasonable human being regardless of prior religious commitment. This, I think, is an entirely sensible question. And pursuing it, whether or not it affects the strength of one's belief, can bring great philosophical rewards. Most of the arguments which have been proposed fall into few general types. Ontol o gical a r guments set out to prove that it is logically impossible that God should not exist — that the denial God's ...http://payingattentiontothesky.com/2014/06/05/god-and-metaphysics-1-william-hasker/

Catholic Social Teaching: Marriage and the Family GODZDOGZ - May 31, 2014 ... Holy Family in Nazareth The sacramental bond between husband and wife conforms their relationship into a symbol or sign of Christ's love for his Church. The normal characteristics of natural conjugal love therefore take on a new significance which purifies them, strengthens them, and elevates them into an expression of specifically Christian values ( Familiaris Consortio 13). This makes marriage, according to John Paul II, the 'natural setting in which the ...http://godzdogz.op.org/2014/05/catholic-social-teaching-marriage-and.html

Sexual Cant From the Asexual Kant EDWARD FESER - May 30, 2014 ... one from his Lectures on Ethics : [S]exuality is not an inclination which one human being has for another as such, but is an inclination for the sex of another… The desire which a man has for a woman is not directed towards her because she is a human being, but because she is a woman; that she is a human being is of no concern to the man; only her sex is the object of his desires. Human nature is thus subordinated. Hence ...http://edwardfeser.blogspot.com/2014/05/sexual-cant-from-asexual-kant.html

Reviews: The Way to Christ, and Be Not Afraid DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - May 23, 2014 ... human person. The second is that man lives out his own supernatural life within the community; the narrowest dimension is the family, (but) each parish is a special community with specific tasks because of the people of which it is composed. The third element is the vocation of each individual Christian. We must view ourselves, our life, our profession and our situation in the framework of the Church. (This) means that in everything you do in your life by way ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2014/05/reviews-way-to-christ-and.html

Temperament – And Why It Matters EYES ON HEAVEN - May 5, 2014 ... Entertaining Weaknesses Distracted Unorganized Messy Impulsive Lacks perseverance Forgetful Inconsistent Not loyal Boisterous Undisciplined Insecure Exaggerates Overly talkative In Sum: THE TALKER Phlegmatic: The phlegmatic temperament is introverted and people-oriented. Strengths Kind Patient Friendly Relaxed Agreeable Diplomatic Calm Peaceful Happy Flexible Focused Attentive Efficient Reliable Witty Self-reliant Weaknesses Indecisive Lazy Avoids responsibility Undisciplined Worrier Dependent ...http://eyesonheaven.net/childs-temperament-matters/