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Catholics Make Their Voices Heard on LGBTQ Issues THE WILD REED - August 25, 2014 ... in local parishes in the 1980s; safe staff training in eight of the eleven Catholic high schools in the 1990s; publication of the first (and to date only) safe staff training manual for Catholic high schools in 2007; and the forming of Catholics for Marriage Equality MN initiative in 2010, which played an important role in defeating the anti-marriage equality amendment of 2012, which of course paved the way for marriage equality in Minnesota in 2013. There's ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2014/08/catholics-make-their-voices-heard-on.html

De Sales vs. Luther on Freedom and Religious Devotion CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 25, 2014 ... therefore the ordained and the non-ordained should each be free to do the things which had formerly been reserved to one vocational state or the other. In Christianity's Dangerous Idea , Alister McGrath refers to this Lutheran agenda as the "democratization of faith," and asserts that it was "one of the greatest themes of the Reformation" (p. 52). Specifically, this program supported things like the opportunity for clergy to marry and laypeople to interpret the Bible free from ecclesial ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/ymowET3-vwk/de-sales-vs-luther-on-freedom-and-devotion

Anti-Catholic Protestants in South Korea Protest Pope's Visit CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - August 13, 2014 ... demonstration on Tuesday, slamming the Roman Catholic Church as heretical. Organizers say about 10,000 people attended the event at a convention center west of Seoul, where a number of Protestant pastors stressed the difference between the Roman Catholic Church and Protestant churches, according to local Protestant media. Rev. Song Chun-gil, the secretary general of the group, ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2014/08/anti-catholic-protestants-in-south.html

Introduction: Anticipating and Reflecting Upon the Pilgrimage Three Months Ahead of Time BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - August 11, 2014 ... of Archaeological and Spiritual Discovery ] " Pilgrimage." I must confess that in my formerly evangelical Protestant mind, prior to 1990, the word conjured up images of semi-fanatical, curiously odd – yet nevertheless admirably devout – Catholics with long faces, crawling on their bloodied knees up St. Patrick's mountain in Ireland, or those steps in the church in Rome (whose name I don't recall offhand). Somehow – I thought, but did not yet comprehend ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/08/introduction-anticipating-and.html

Loyalties to Our People: A Reply to D. Stephen Long CALLED TO COMMUNION - August 2, 2014 ... was asked repeatedly why he did not become Catholic. So last week he wrote an article in The Christian Century titled " My church loyalties ," explaining why he is not, or at least not yet, Catholic. Stephen's article is gracious and honest. He is a Methodist who writes with obvious affection and respect for Catholics and the Catholic Church, even while noting and explaining his differences. D. Stephen Long I've been asked for my thoughts on ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/08/loyalties-to-our-people-a-reply-to-d-stephen-long/

How Many Rooms Does Your Heart Have? THE BALANCED CENTER - July 31, 2014 ... Among the Lilies. It talks about the fact that Catholic means universal, and narrow fundamentalism is the opposite of that. "A Heart with One Room." "Our age is witnessing an erosion of Catholicism. The consequence of this, besides our drab somberness, is a polarization which, both in the world and in the church, is rendering us incapable of working together against the problems which threaten us all. Let me explain. We are, I submit, becoming ever less ...http://dymphnaswell.blogspot.com/2014/07/how-many-rooms-does-your-heart-have.html

I Would Do It All Over Again THOUGHTS ON GRACE - July 26, 2014 ... have changed. How much our lives have changed. How much our priorities have changed. I can tell you about my husband's annulment and my conversion to the Catholic church. I can tell you about our struggles through the sexual abuse scandal in the church (made worse by the fact that I am an incest survivor), which hit its peak when my husband was in formation to become a deacon. I can tell you about our financial struggles and health issues including the frightening times when I ...http://colleenspiro.blogspot.com/2014/07/i-would-do-it-all-over-again.html

Not a Passing Fad: Young Catholics Want the Traditional Mass SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - June 24, 2014 This installment of a truth obvious to anyone surveying the demographics of the pews comes from the Catholic in the Ozarks blog. A very nice post, from which I excerpt much below. When it comes to the faith and the liturgy, there is no difference in the essentials regardless of place of residence. Young people aren't stupid; they don't need a dumbed down liturgy anymore than they need a dumbed down faith. They want truth and beauty. They need truth and ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/06/not-passing-fad-young-catholics-want.html

Corpus Christi Homily - "'This Is My Body' Means This Is My Body" GW CATHOLIC Q & A - June 23, 2014 ... in today's Gospel. This is my favorite chapter in all of Scripture. Many of you know that I just returned from the Holy Land with GW students. At the start of the trip, students asked me what I most wanted to see. I said that I didn't know if we would hit it or if people knew where it was, but I most wanted to see where Jesus taught about the Eucharist (John 6). One day, our guide took us to Capernaum, and showed us the synagogue. He said that this is where Jesus taught about the Eucharist. I ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/06/corpus-christi-homily-this-is-my-body.html

The Bishops of History and the Catholic Faith: A Reply to Brandon Addison CALLED TO COMMUNION - June 8, 2014 On March 24 of this year we posted a guest article by Brandon Addison titled " The Quest for the Historical Church: A Protestant Assessment ." We had invited Brandon some months earlier to write an essay for Called To Communion on the topic of his choice, and we are very grateful for his generosity, trust, and yeoman work in putting together such a thorough essay. Brandon's essay is one of the first posts we have published written from a Protestant ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/06/the-bishops-of-history-and-the-catholic-faith-a-reply-to-brandon-addison/

But They Just Know the Church Will Change! LITTLE CATHOLIC BUBBLE - June 4, 2014 If there is one sentiment that baffles me more than any other, it's this: The Catholic Church will be changing her teachings, and I only need watch and wait. I am foolish for not seeing the "big picture" of how it's all going to go down. It's inevitable. The Church will come around, the Church will conform. It's just a matter of time. In response, I question how many millennia have to pass without the Church changing before they'll concede the point? Take a look at what ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/LittleCatholicBubble/~3/lHhC6hrOFTI/but-they-just-know-church-will-change.html

Discursive and Intuitive Knowledge of Divinity JUST THOMISM - June 2, 2014 http://thomism.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/discursive-and-intuitive-knowledge-of-divinity/

Leithart-Ed Claims ST. JOSEPH'S VANGUARD - May 23, 2014 ... united? He doesn't say. If the Church has never been united, then one wonders why he thinks it will be pre-Parousia. If the Church was once united, one wonders what event occurred that divided her, and how this change in her essentials doesn't falsify various promises Christ made in the gospels. It is easy to claim such things. Anyone can do so all day: the Church is this and is that and God will make a new market and sell new stuff. But what is the basis for thinking that these claims are ...http://www.devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog/2014/05/23/leithart-ed-claims/

Chesterton and the Thereness of It 3 — Fr. Richard Neuhaus PAYING ATTENTION TO THE SKY - May 22, 2014 He reveled in the messiness of Catholicism. A significant difference between the and Catholic ways of being Christian, he suggested, is indicated by the fact that "the Protestant generally says, 'I am a good Protestant,' while the Catholic always says, 'I am a bad Catholic.'" No League of Tribes Another and more serious obstacle to the appreciation of Chesterton is his ...http://payingattentiontothesky.com/2014/05/23/chesterton-and-the-thereness-of-it-3-fr-richard-neuhaus/

On Perrielo's Fishwrap Piece UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - May 20, 2014 ... marriage', and telling a person otherwise does not "serve the needs of his people" but leads them further into error, making it even less likely that they will "have life, and have it more abundantly" (John 10:10), which is what Jesus desires for everyone. What is being examined is not the indissolubility of marriage, but rather the distribution of the Eucharist. In the Scriptures it even appears that Jesus may have shared the Eucharist with Judas at the Last Supper. The Eucharist is meant to ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/05/on-perrielos-fishwrap-piece.html