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When We Subordinate Our Christian Principles CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 17, 2016 ... France's clergy swearing an oath to the Civil Constitution opened a schism within the French Church. According to Colin Jones , the oath "revealed a church split almost down the middle: around 45 percent of the parish clergy refused the oath (and were called 'refractory' or 'non-juring' clergy), and though 55 per cent did take it, around 6 per cent of the 'jurors' publicly retracted following the pope's public announcement of his opposition to the Civil Constitution in March 1791." Bishops ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/uQ9bVvtg7q4/subordinate-christian-principles
Sunday Word, 16 Oct 16 TO FIND FRUIT - October 16, 2016 ... the Holy Spirit, which the Holy Spirit gives us, and unsettles the soul in order to do good things, to move forward; and there is also the bad type of restlessness, the one that is born of a guilty conscience…[causing us] to live with[out]…peace…with fear." 1 The pope's insight helps because we may discount good restlessness that surfaces when we pray and think about our prayer and daily living. We may consider it one more distraction rather than sift it and ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/10/sunday-word-16-oct-16.html
A Catholic Gentleman's Guide to Voting TEA AT TRIANON - October 12, 2016 ... bind us to vote for a specific candidate or political party. However, we are bound to follow our conscience, which binds us to follow the Church's moral and social teachings. It is through these teachings that we can arrive at the principles that are used to make informed and prudent decisions when it comes to voting. Equipping ourselves with the Church's guidance will ensure that any voting situation can be approached in a morally responsible way. What is the Primary Purpose ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-catholic-gentlemans-guide-to-voting.html
Pope: "Greed, Vanity and Pride Are the Root of All Evil" CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 23, 2016 "Greed, vanity and pride are the root of all evil": they produce an "bad" restlessness in man, fruit of a dirty conscience and the "good restlessness" that comes from the Holy Spirit and that pushes to do good things said Pope Francis at Mass this morning in the Casa Santa Marta. He was inspired by the Gospel of the day on King Herod's restlessness because, after killing John the Baptist, he felt threatened by Jesus. He was troubled just as his father, Herod the Great, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/pope-greed-vanity-and-pride-are-root-of.html
The Waiting Room ABBEY ROADS - August 25, 2016 http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-waiting-room.html
Yeah Scalia Was Religious but That's Not Why He Supported Religious Liberty CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - August 1, 2016 ... 'Catholic' outcomes in cases." Rather, he focused on interpreting existing law as it was originally intended. It just annoys me. But it is how much of the country sees the high court and it highlights the importance of Supreme Court selections because they have essentially become our black robed oligarchs who impose their will on us low-life types. *subhead*The ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2016/08/yeah-scalia-was-religious-but-thats-not.html
On the Need for Socrates LIFE'S PRIVATE BOOK - July 4, 2016 ... philosophy. The philosopher, allegedly, is the man who thinks he has answers to some or all of these questions. And if he has those answers, then those who disagree with him are wrong . And that is the substance of the charge of arrogance. How can he be so sure he's right and everyone else is wrong? What makes him so special? Shouldn't he be a little more humble? The arrogance of the philosopher. And while he is out pretending to know what others don't, he could be doing something useful to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LifesPrivateBook/~3/IEyToZ63tRs/on-need-for-socrates.html