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Let's Not Wait for the Theologians MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - November 22, 2014 Taize as the first real breakthrough in ecumenical relations between the Catholic Church and those of the Reformation. It is still going strong. Moreover, its insights have expanded into the World Youth Day under the last two popes and are being carried even further by Pope Francis. It is counter-current to the continuing liberalisation of the Protestant churches. How Francis Is Befriending the Pentecostals In Latin America, they're ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/11/lets-not-wait-for-theologians.html

Why Culture War Is Unavoidable CRISIS MAGAZINE - November 18, 2014 ... people live somewhat separately, a situation that reduces practical problems. When they do arise, something usually gets worked out through assimilation, accommodation, and sometimes mutual avoidance. A functional society is in everyone's interest, so people normally adopt habits and understandings that keep their dealings reasonably amicable. Such things might involve standards like taking responsibility for one's own, dodges like avoiding "hot button" issues in company, or acceptance that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/f4WN6006YBE/culture-war

Don't Bury the Bell THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - November 16, 2014 ... His Sacrifice for us the adoration and worship that is His due, to the glory of the Most Blessed Trinity, but then what do I know? Saved by the Bell There seems to be an assumption made by a lot of priests that everyone in the pew is a dedicated theologian with 100% attentive prayerful diligence for the duration of the Mass even though most, if not all Novus Ordo masses are simply not that prayerful in comparison to the Extraordinary Form, because the Faithful must 'participate' in a vocal ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2014/11/dont-bury-bell.html

From Abel to Zechariah: Did Christ Confirm the Protestant Canon? SHAMELESS POPERY - November 15, 2014 Michelangelo, Zechariah the Prophet, Sistine Chapel (1512) Did Jesus confirm the Protestant canon of Scripture in Matthew 23:35 and Luke 11:51? Several Protestants scholars have claimed that he does, and their argument is convincing... on the surface. For example, F.F. Bruce said : It appears that the order of the Hebrew Bible which has come down to us is the order with which our Lord and His contemporaries were familiar in Palestine. In particular, it appears that ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/11/from-abel-to-zechariah-did-christ.html

About What Michael Voris Said Yesterday... CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - November 15, 2014 ... and want to make sure I am clearly hearing exactly what is being said- or in some cases NOT said. In "The Razor's Edge" Voris gives his opinion of only two opposing sides of Catholics (the traditional leaning group who are running in fear over what Pope Francis says, does and seems to allow with his blessing) and the "Church of Nice" crowd- who refuse to admit anything is wrong at all. Overall, Voris makes excellent points with what he says, my point in writing this is more with what he didn't ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2014/11/about-what-michael-voris-said-yesterday.html

Feminism, Conscience, and the Church: How Reformed Baptist Natalie Richardson Became Catholic CALLED TO COMMUNION - November 13, 2014 Natalie Richardson is a stay-at-home mom to one boy and a freelance writer on the side. She grew up in a Reformed Baptist home, but after meeting a Catholic who knew his stuff, she attempted to convert him, failed and became Catholic herself in 2012. She, her husband and child now live in Tennessee. Natalie Richardson I remember it vividly. I was standing in the kitchen of my friends' rental house in college. I'm not sure what provoked it, but I remember ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/11/feminism-conscience-and-the-church-how-reformed-baptist-natalie-richardson-became-catholic/

The Church We Are In CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - November 12, 2014 Introduction Writing in 1935, in the interval between the First Vatican Council and the Second, Dom Anscar Vonier wrote in the Foreword to his book The Spirit and the Bride : I have noticed with a feeling of pain how several recent books by Catholic writers of fame make a distinction that is a surrender to Protestant feeling between an ideal Church and the real Church. Being themselves very orthodox Catholics the writers ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-church-we-are-in.html

The Catholic Difference INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - November 10, 2014 ... and John Paul II in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) The Catholic Difference Fr. James V. Schall, SJ CWR We just happen to be Catholics, right? Does it make any difference what we are? Does being Catholic really, ultimately, mean much of anything? "So the power of deception, which is over others' minds (symbolized by the invisibility given by the Ring), is an essential component to the power over ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/11/the-catholic-difference.html

A Reflection on Purgatory FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - November 2, 2014 ... section—questions that have been prepared by yours truly. Well, in Lesson 19 (which we studied last year), I gave them this question: Joe Partly-Catholic [he makes an appearance every once in a while in these lessons] says to you, "I just booked a Mass for my deceased mother." A few minutes later the subject of purgatory comes up, and Joe says, "Purgatory? There is no such place. It's either heaven or hell—period." How would you respond to Joe? Think about that for ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-reflection-on-purgatory.html

Pseud's Corner...please Welcome Another Nationalist Bigot... ROMAN CHRISTENDOM - October 25, 2014 ... fanatical Solemn League and Covenant and sought to oust King Charles I, the true Stewart King of the Three Kingdoms . Eikon Basilike a devout representation of the martyr-king, King Charles I, receiving the Crown of Thorns in imitation of his Saviour, Christ the King Mac Colla opposed the settlement of Ulster by Scottish Covenanter planters. He led an Irish force to cross over to Scotland to support James Graham, the 1st Marquess of Montrose , commander of the Royalist army in Scotland and the ...http://romanchristendom.blogspot.com/2014/10/bigots-cornerplease-welcome-another.html

"Teacher, Which Commandment in the Law Is the Greatest?" CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - October 23, 2014 ... to hate. Henceforth, Father Cusick makes clear to us, Jesus tells us that the Decalogue, the ten commandments, must now be interpreted in light of this two-fold yet single commandment of love, the fullness of the Law. "Love God and love your neighbor." Christian love is first and foremost about knowing God . It is a love, according to Fr. Demetrius R. Dumm, O.S.B., that comes from the goodness of God, the one who loves and reaches out instinctively to anyone who is in need. After that, it is ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/10/teacher-which-commandment-in-law-is.html

"The Rapture" and Cosmic Braxton Hicks THE LEWIS CRUSADE - October 5, 2014 ... hitting theaters. A writer at the Huffington Post has a great piece dissecting the Rapture theory from a Protestant perspective that's really Catholic. He gives a great explanation of the difference between the Rapture and the Second Coming, the purpose of Revelation as a liturgical text (see Scott Hahn's The Lamb's Supper ), and so forth. However, he misses the other "proof text" for the Rapture, Matthew 24:36-42: * 36 p "But ...http://lewiscrusade.wordpress.com/2014/10/05/the-rapture-and-cosmic-braxton-hicks/

Reading the Bible in Protestantism and Catholicism CALLED TO COMMUNION - October 2, 2014 Louis Bouyer is one of the best resources for understanding the theological and devotional genius and goodness of Protestantism from a Catholic perspective. I was re-reading one of his books this morning and came across the following: There is a kind print or engraving popularized by Rembrandt, which conveys the very essence of Protestant piety. It shows a man or a woman with the Bible open on the knees, the hands joined, and the mind evidently ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/10/reading-the-bible-in-protestantism-and-catholicism/

Michael Davies (March 13, 1936 - September 25, 2004): Latin Mass Hero - Part I MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - September 26, 2014 New Catholic, " 10 Years Without Michael Davies - I - Protestant Liturgical Revolution as Precursor of Catholic Upheaval " (Rorate Caeli, September 19, 2014): Michael Davies in 1950 . He was 23 at the time, and a recent convert from a Protestant background. Traditional Catholics seem to be few and spread our in our age -- but they are actually many and vibrant in large clusters spread in much of the world. In the late 1960s ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/09/michael-davies-march-13-1936-september.html

Müller on Women PERSPECTIVE - September 16, 2014 ... women and family life fit quite well with the pope's, more's the ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2014/09/muller-on-women.html

Islam, Immigration and the Importance of Culture CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 9, 2014 The Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane, Mark Coleridge, recently condemned the barbarism of the Islamic State, but for some reason felt compelled to add: "It has nothing to do with real Islam…." Meanwhile, Amel Shimoun Nona, the exiled Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul, warned European and Western Christians that they "will also suffer in the near future" because: you are welcoming in your countries an ever-growing number of Muslims…. You think all men are created ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/qw6XklRHMo0/islam-immigration-tale-two-cities

Friday Potpourri: All Together Now ADAM'S ALE - September 5, 2014 ... reading? I certainly have. And there are those who discount the Old Testament as . . . well . . . old. And what does one do with house guests and fish when they become old? They throw them out (or ignore them until someone else does.) This is, of course, heresy. (Throwing out the Old Testament, not throwing out fish which is a good thing.) It is a very large Church. More than half of all Christians on the face of the earth are Catholic. (Hard to believe living the U.S. no?) We ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2014/09/friday-potpourri-all-together-now.html

The Bible Is Catholic DA MIHI ANIMAS - September 4, 2014 The following comes from Catholic Exchange: Try explaining to our Fundamentalist brethren about almost any tenet of the Catholic faith and you're likely to hear in response, "Chapter and verse, please". In other words, of course, they want to know exactly where that teaching is found in the Bible because they adhere to what is spelled out and therefore only such teachings are retained by them. However, not every belief in Catholicism is to be ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-bible-is-catholic.html

THOU SHALL NOT INDULGE: 5 Myths & Misunderstandings of Indulgences and Purgatory AGGIE CATHOLICS - September 4, 2014 THOU SHALL NOT INDULGE: 5 Myths & Misunderstandings of Indulgences and Purgatory MYTH #1 - The Catholic Church no longer has indulgences. This is just not true. Indulgences are a good thing and are still part of the Church's teaching. The Catechism of the Catholic Church's answer to the question, "What is an indulgence?": 1471 "An indulgence is a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/09/thou-shall-not-indulge-5-myths.html

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

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