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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

Catholic Writers of Today (1948) LUX OCCULTA - April 26, 2014 St. Francis de Sales – Patron Saint of Writers The following paper was read by M.J. MacManus at the Catholic Book Week in Dublin on 15th October, 1948: To attempt any survey of the Catholic writers of today is to enter a field so wide that nobody, unless he were possessed of encyclopaedic knowledge, could hope to walk through it surefootedly. The world is a large place and in it there are many lands; and in nearly all those lands there ...http://lxoa.wordpress.com/2014/04/26/catholic-writers-of-today-1948/

A Catholic Layman's Take on the "Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants" ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - April 12, 2014 In researching a paper, I came across an article titled Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants . The author did not say, in the article, what her affiliation was but claimed to be neutral for this article. Here are her 12 "simple differences" and some clarifications from a Catholic layman. Pope Francis 1. The Pope. Catholics have a Pope, which they consider a vicar for Christ — an infallible stand-in, if you will — that heads ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-catholic-laymans-take-on-twelve.html

Anti-Catholic Imagery in Christian Movies A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - April 11, 2014 For a while now, I have been watching and recommending movies by Protestant film companies, otherwise referred to as Christian films. We have watched many movies by Christian Films as well as PureFlix . However, this recommendation came to the end the other evening. I had enjoyed a movie produced by the latter film company entitled The Book of Daniel . I thought it was good timing seeing as the reading of the day was about the three young Jewish youths being placed in a ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/04/anti-catholic-imagery-in-christian.html

Severing Ties With World Vision ST. JOSEPH'S VANGUARD - March 28, 2014 ... decision is a decision. Changing an important policy is a decision. It chooses A over B and so makes a statement about one's underlying beliefs and principles. Today Stearns haplessly lamented that their original decision, which he hoped would lead to unity, actually only increased the division, and now with their reversal of the decision that division is cemented: This has been a painful week in terms of the division that we created around our initial decision, and then reversing the decision ...http://www.devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog/2014/03/28/severing-ties-with-world-vision/

World Vision and the Quest for Protestant Unity CALLED TO COMMUNION - March 26, 2014 ... Protestant denominations disagree on the morality of homosexual unions, World Vision will (allegedly) not take a stand either way. In this, World Vision attempts to follow the same policy they apply to other controverted theological issues. They do not restrict employment in disagreements over baptism, for instance. Baptists and Presbyterians can both work there. Evangelical leaders like Franklin Graham and John Piper have expressed shock and dismay at this reasoning. Piper, ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/03/world-vision-and-the-quest-for-protestant-unity/

Meet Your Bible ONE WOMAN'S THOUGHTS - LAURA LOWDER - March 24, 2014 ... until the 1880s! (A word of warning: the second source, above, is Protestant, and isn't exactly honest about what motivates or inspires the Catholic Church. But I figure an admission about their own history has to be taken seriously, so I've included it.) Each Testament is divided into Books. You see, the Bible isn't one Book, it's a small compact library: history, law, poetry, prophecy, biography, letters… Each Book has its own author (or authors), and ...http://lauralowder.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/meet-your-bible/

Did Julian of Norwich Teach Universalism and Deny the Doctrine of an Eternal Hell? BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - March 24, 2014 ... their Savior in Abraham's bosom, whom Christ the Lord delivered when he descended into hell." 482 Jesus did not descend into hell to deliver the damned, nor to destroy the hell of damnation, but to free the just who had gone before him. 483 Footnotes 480 Cf. Phil 2:10; Acts 2:24; Rev 1:18; Eph 4:9; Pss 6:6; 88:11-13. 481 Cf. Ps 89:49; 1 Sam 28:19; Ezek 32:17-32; Lk 16:22-26. 482 Roman Catechism I, 6, 3. 483 Cf. Council of Rome (745): DS 587; Benedict XII, Cum dudum (1341): DS 1011; Clement VI, ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/03/did-julian-of-norwich-teach.html