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There Will Be No Peace. GLORIA OLIVAE - April 29, 2016 ... centuries for the world to have 'peace' because the teachings of the Catholic Church had reached its fullness and maturity. Though the opportunity was there, and there were many places where there were apparent peace, true 'peace' was still illusive. If we define 'peace' correctly, at least according to human philosophy, it will appear that only the Catholic Church can bring 'peace' to the world. The goal of the Catholic Church is the ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_04_01_archive.html#1796000826260118523

PSALM 7 - The Deep Silence of God. GLORIA OLIVAE - April 19, 2016 1. The Psalms The 150 Psalms are the official obligatory prayer of the Catholic Church. It is supposed to be prayed by all priests and religious. And laymen are encouraged to pray portions of it, when possible. All the 150 Psalms are ordinarily prayed in one week. Stricter order prayed the 150 Psalms in one day. The hermits can even go through them three times a day. To pray the length of the 150 psalms is in obedience to the command of Christ 'to pray unceasingly.' To ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_04_01_archive.html#2927622046607957969

5 Myths About Indulgences & Purgatory AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - April 18, 2016 5 Myths About Indulgences & 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 the faithful Christian who is duly ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/04/thou-shall-not-indulge-5-myths-misunderstandings-of-indulgences-and-purgatory/

The Surreal World of Radical Traditionalism IF I MIGHT INTERJECT - April 17, 2016 Introduction Membership in the Catholic Church is different from memberships in other religious groups. Unlike other religious bodies that simply insist on members accepting the authority of holy books or certain practices, the Catholic Church also insists her Pope and bishops are the successors to the Apostles and have the same authority which Our Lord gave to the Apostles. To reject the authority of the Pope and bishops is far more serious than a ...http://www.ifimightinterject.com/2016/04/the-surreal-world-of-radical.html

8 Bad Reasons to Leave the Catholic Church, and 1 Good Reason to Stay SEASONS OF GRACE - April 16, 2016 In May 2015, Mark Judge published a column over at RealClearReligion titled "Why I Left the Catholic Church." Judge, a columnist at The Daily Caller and the author of A Tremor of Bliss: Sex, Catholicism, and Rock 'n' Roll , explained why he made the decision to leave the Church founded by Christ: IT'S BECAUSE HE'S AN ARTIST. Judge was discouraged by what he considered the Catholic Church's " negative, obstructionist, and soul-crushing" attitude towards ...http://kathyschiffer.com/why-do-catholics-do-that/8-bad-reasons-to-leave-the-catholic-church-and-1-good-reason-to-stay/

The Wanderer Schism and Latinism THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - March 31, 2016 ... All-American Schismatic. (Image source: westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com.) For almost fifty years, The Remnant has been the leading voice of Catholic traditionalism in America. Founded by Walter Matt, who left The Wanderer after a dispute with his co-founder brother Alphonse, it now publishes under the guidance of Matt's son Michael. Over the last few years, especially after the election of Pope Francis, the tone of The Remnant's articles have become increasingly shrill, ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-wanderer-schism-and-latinism.html

Cardinal Müller, Klaus Mertes SJ, and Spotlight PERSPECTIVE - March 3, 2016 ... clergy is celibacy ... And Professor Patrick Parkinson has written ... [B]etween 1% and 2% of the male population would be expected to be convicted for some form of sexual offence over their lifetime (including sex offences against adults). If those figures are similar for Australia, then Cahill's research would indicate that the rate of convictions for Catholic priests who studied at the seminary in Melbourne is much higher than in the general population (3.7% of those ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2016/03/cardinal-muller-klaus-mertes-sj-and.html

Did Catholics Forbid Meat to Support the Fishing Industry, or Protestants? SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 2, 2016 ... property and estates" (71). "Just thirty-five years see Catholicism change from being the respectable norm to the religion of a persecuted minority" (71). You will not likely find such clear statements in most history text books, although the statements are entirely true. Now, then, back to the topic at hand, that of eating fish on Fridays. Before we continue, let it be remembered that Catholics are not required to eat fish on Fridays; rather, they are simply not to eat meat on Fridays (fish ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/5ERo0ZZ_NwE/did-catholics-forbid-meat-to-support.html

New Dorm Visitation Study Reveals Need for Reform CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 23, 2016 In a hyper-sexual society, once-traditional morals have eroded even in our Catholic institutions—and especially on many Catholic college campuses. Research shows that the pervasive "hook up" culture on the typical American campus is found even at many Catholic colleges, a fact that will not surprise most Crisis readers. Given the documented consequences of the Sexual Revolution, it's long past time that Catholic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/YJ-xI22MQoc/new-dorm-visitation-study-reveals-need-for-reform

The Great War, Vol 1, Chapter 19 DARWINCATHOLIC - February 7, 2016 ... the elements by a temporary wall. It was not until the creation of the united German Empire, the youngest country in Europe and yet one deeply invested in its medieval heritage, that this Catholic cathedral was at last finished, with the help of funds provided by its Protestant emperor. Wilhelm I attended the dedication himself in 1880, and when he did so he arrived in the royal train at the station which stood a short walk across the Bahnhofsvorplatz from the ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-great-war-vol-1-chapter-19.html

This Is Not Good BOINKIE'S BLOG - January 10, 2016 ... Catholic blog but from Reuters. So don't judge those who have same sex attraction and chose to follow the promiscuous "gay lifestyle". and don't judge the divorced. but then there is this: the Argentine pope, who has called for the Church to reach out more to people on the margins of society, the suffering and victims of injustice, has faced stiff resistance from conservatives in the Vatican who fear that he is undermining traditional teachings on moral issues. presumably the ...http://boinkie.blogspot.com/2016/01/this-is-not-good.html

The Baptism of the Lord HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - January 10, 2016 ... tradition that he loved so much. His bold decision brought comfort to some but conflict to many. Newman is a reminder that comfort and tenderness—which must be hallmarks of Christian preaching, as the were of his—can only go so far. When the claims of truth conflict with our settled opinions or personal desires, the truth will hurt. God, we know, comforts his people, just as he calls the prophet to do in our first reading. St. Paul calls the Father "the God of all consolation," ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/01/blessed-john-henry-newman-was-man-who.html