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Sermon for Corpus Christi 2015, by Fr. Richard Cipolla RORATE CÆLI - June 10, 2015 ... Oxford College, dining at high table, officiating at services in a lovely chapel, and knowing that you stand in a line of men that stretches back before the Protestant Reformation who served the college in this spiritual way. Corpus Christi College's name, ever so Catholic, belies its strong role in the Reformation in England, for not only did Corpus, as it is commonly called, furnish a number of noteworthy Anglican divines, it was also the scene of the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/06/sermon-for-corpus-christi-2015-by-fr.html

The Fatal Flaw of Catholics Who Evangelize AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - June 1, 2015 ... and the rich young man have to respond to the call and grace of God for it to work within them. Some choose it, some do not. Just as Jesus did, we have to respect their freedom as much as God does – which allows them the freedom to say "no". This does not mean we give up on them though. The Eunuch chose to receive God's grace: "The eunuch answered Philip and said, "Please tell me, of whom does the prophet say this? Of himself or of someone else?" Then Philip opened his mouth, and ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2015/06/the-fatal-flaw-of-catholics-who-evangelize/

Why Catholics Don't Wait Until Adulthood to Baptize PRO CARITATE VERITATIS - May 31, 2015 Why do some Protestants wait until they are adults to get baptized? The difference in our practices stems from the difference in our understandings of Baptism. Since the beginning of the Church, we have understood that Baptism actually affects us. It is something that God does to us. Protestants (in one way or another) have rejected the idea that the Sacraments actually do stuff to us. Depending on the denomination, they may be closer or farther from the ...http://procaritateveritatis.blogspot.com/2015/05/why-catholics-dont-wait-until-adulthood.html

Dialogue With a Baptist Philosophy Professor on Catholic-Protestant Ecumenical Relations (vs. Dr. Jerry Walls) BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - May 13, 2015 ... Dame. He will be shortly publishing a book which is a critique of Catholicism. He is not an anti-Catholic. This exchange took place on my (public) Facebook wall . His words will be in blue . * * * * * I knew you would not convert me, and I did not see a reasonable hope of my converting you. I believe what you do – but I believe more. I rejoice to think that you with all your heart and soul believe our Lord Jesus Christ to be the Saviour of the world, and of every soul ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2015/05/dialogue-with-baptist-philosophy.html

The English Martyrs: A Contemporary Reflection CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - May 3, 2015 ... of indifference . The list is indifferent between those names that are the names of Catholics and those names that are the names of Protestants/Church of England. I suspect that none of those on the list would have found it a matter of no difference as to whether or not they were Catholic, or Protestant or in some cases (High) Church of England. And this post suggests that it is also indifferent as to those who might be ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-english-martyrs-contemporary.html

It's a Salvation Issue UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - May 3, 2015 ... Have you read the exhortations to stop arguing over issues like canonical jurisdiction to make a united Trad Catholic Voice. Like this call for Unity that Rorate Caeli Posted in January of Last Year. Calls to unity can also be found from the Russian Orthodox, asking for an end to confrontation between Catholics and Orthodox, to one of solidarity so that we might fight relativism and secularism. ( Like Archbishop HIlarion said during an address to the ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2015/05/its-salvation-issue.html

Stray Thoughts: Man Crises Intervention - Dress Like a Man for Mass. ABBEY ROADS - April 29, 2015 Mr. Catholic Suit and tie required. For Mass. If men dress like a man that means suit and tie. For Mass. Many are beginning to recognize the severe Catholic "man-crisis" and the necessary imperative to aggressively "emangelize" Casual Catholic Men. While new ardor, methods and expressions are needed from the Pope to the parish priest, laymen need to step up to their personal responsibility and respond to Christ's commandment to make ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/04/stray-thoughts-man-crises-intervention.html

Is He in Union With the Good Shepherd, Christ? GLORIA OLIVAE - April 24, 2015 ... popes who are like Him can be considered His extensions as 'good' shepherd. These extensions should know and be obedient to all the commands of Christ the Good Shepherd. They must say like Christ, 'I came, not to do my will, but the Will of My Father in heaven.' And the Will of the Father had been expressed in Divine Revelations. He must teach the same to his flock. St. Thomas adds that; he consoles his flock in times of persecution and martyrdom. The prevalence of persecution and martyrdom ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_04_01_archive.html#6570913542498759366

With One Accord YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 22, 2015 ... http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/pope-sends-message-of-solidarity-to-patriarch-after-isis-atrocity#ixzz3Y1ypro00 ) Pray that persecution of any person anywhere because of their faith ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/04/with-one-accord.html

The Pope Participates in the Suffering and Consternation of the Orthodox Patriarch of Ethiopia for the Recent Slaughter VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - April 21, 2015 ... whom the women had brought the news that 'Christ has risen from the dead'. This year, that joy – which never fades – is tinged with profound sorrow. Yet we know that the life we live in God's merciful love is stronger than the pain all Christians feel, a pain shared by men and women of good will in all religious traditions. With heartfelt condolences I exchange with Your Holiness the embrace of peace in Christ Our ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-pope-participates-in-suffering-and.html

Missionaries THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - April 13, 2015 ... Catholic Church could even countenance the Kasper proposal, knowing what the Church believes about the Holy Eucharist and what it has consistently taught regarding marriage, the natural law and divine law. One friend said, "If the Catholic Church did that, that would be huge...that would mean it no longer believed in marriage as a permanent union. " So basically, even Protestants with little contact with the Catholic Church think the ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2015/04/missionaries.html

Faulty Anti-Catholic List ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - April 12, 2015 In searching for information to explain Catholicism to non-Catholic Christians, I came across a ridiculous webpage that tried to equate Mormonism to Catholicism. The absurd claim that Mormonism and Catholicism are equally bad or evil or not Christian is on the rise again. The author made a list of supposed points of similarity between "Mormonism" and "Roman Catholicism." While I cannot speak to the veracity of the Mormon list, I can sift through the ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2015/04/faulty-anti-catholic-list.html

Can We Honor Jesus Christ Through His Mother Mary? (vs. John Cranman) BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - April 9, 2015 ... vacuous. Catholics think in terms of "both/and" rather than making false and unnecessary dichotomies ("either/or"). This is also the Hebrew and biblical outlook. The best way to honor Jesus is to simply do what He says. If we are talking about a hierarchy of ways to honor Christ, I can imagine that living out the Great Commission is way further up there than honoring Mary. So obviously, honoring Mary isn't the "best" way to honor Christ. You're still thinking in either/or terms. There is no ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2015/04/can-we-honor-jesus-christ-through-his.html

WEDNESDAY OF HOLY WEEK - The Church Today!! GLORIA OLIVAE - April 5, 2015 1.To ascertain her doctrines, God gave the Catholic church prophecy by which she knows before hand her doctrines, she is given reality wherein her doctrines are realized, and she is given eschatology by which she can know how her teachings are fulfilled in the future. Let us take an example. Good Friday. This is so graphically prophesied by Isaiah in the Old Testament. When it became reality in the New Testament on Good Friday, readers were so sure Isaiah was describing ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_04_01_archive.html#2807556171287527512

Turning a Page: A Long Lent Toward Easter Sunrise THESE STONE WALLS - March 25, 2015 This account of a young man's conversion to the Catholic faith is the Parable of the Prodigal Son told in prose; a story of pain and loss, of grace and freedom. My name is Alexander Page. I am 28 years old and I am prisoner number 96829 in the New Hampshire State Prison. One day a few weeks ago, I was standing in the doorway of Cell Number One having a conversation with two friends. I think you might know the ones I mean. Anyway, I go there a lot to talk about a very ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/jqFxIePE1tQ/

Why Confess Sins to a Priest? RAMBLES - March 20, 2015 ... column in our county newspaper, the Emmons County Record. We're plowing our way through the season of Lent. For many of us, the only difference we notice about this season is the fish sandwiches that suddenly appear on restaurant menus. Yet this is a grace-filled season for those who try to live it well. It's a season when we are invited to spend more time in prayer, to fast, and to give more generously to the poor. It's a time when the services in our churches take on a more ...http://jsignal.com/b2/index.php/why-confess-sins-to-a

The Great Divide FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - March 12, 2015 ... goodwill who identifies themselves as such. One could caricature the Cardinal's position as one which excommunicates those who neither believe or act according to the Church's teaching, whereas the Pope position could be caractured by the stance of the German bishops: we accept any and everybody, the only people who are beyond the pale are those who don't pay Church Tax. Cardinal Burke might be a idealist and Francis might indeed might be a realist, but the role of a Pope as any cleric is to ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-great-divide.html

Two Steps for Beginning Your Examination of the Catholic Church SHAMELESS POPERY - March 10, 2015 ... Catholic-Protestant question today. Every conversion is unique, but the things that worked for him might be helpful for you, too. I. Recognizing Roman Catholicism as the Default Position The first of these points was his realization that Catholicism should be treated as normative, the starting place for any serious consideration about which Church or denomination to call home. This point was made, perhaps ironically, by the Evangelical Carl Trueman, in a book ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2015/03/two-steps-for-beginning-your.html