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Blessed Maria Gabriella CATHOLIC FIRE - April 22, 2014 http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/04/blessed-maria-gabriella.html

Divine Mercy Novena Day Five CHASTITY REVISITED - April 22, 2014 http://theologyofthebody.blogspot.com/2014/04/divine-mercy-novena-day-five.html

Bad Bishops: "Bad Pope, Bad Catholics" CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - April 15, 2014 ... aperitif, I was thinking about 89 pages. Is that all? To be truthful: once you're on a roll, why stop with 10.79 schismatic years per page? If you're trolling internet sites opposed to Pope Francis, if not Catholics in general, there are tons of material out there. And that's just the electrons. Imagine committing all that spit to paper. Nothing like a bracing shot of anti-ecumenism. Only a short step to the antigospel from ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/bad-bishops-bad-pope-bad-catholics/

Scotus and Ecumenism THE SMITHY - April 13, 2014 "The Vatican" and the Lutherans released a new document recently, that lays another charge at Scotus' door: "146. Luther's main objection to Catholic eucharistic doctrine was directed against an understanding of the Mass as a sacrifice. The theology of the eucharist as real remembrance ( anamnesis, Realgedächtnis ), in which the unique and once-for-all sufficient sacrifice of Christ (Heb 9:1–10:18) makes itself present for the participation of the faithful, was no longer ...http://lyfaber.blogspot.com/2014/04/scotus-and-ecumenism.html

Ecumenism Chairs Attend InterSem MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - April 3, 2014 News Brief by Jonathan Eubanks This past Wednesday, the ecumenism chairs, Greg Snyder and Stephen Saroki, gave a presentation on their trip to InterSem. This is a conference comprised of seminarians from Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic seminaries, and it was held in Malibu, California, during first few days of spring break. The presentation was about Saroki and Snyder's experience at InterSem and the useful bits of ecumenical tools they picked up from their experience. ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2014/04/ecumenism-chairs-attend-intersem.html

Celebrity Selfies, Bad Fashion, and Bulbs DARWINCATHOLIC - April 3, 2014 ... year-old papacy: 1. Service as the hallmark of leadership. 2. The brilliant, crafty mind of the Jesuit that understands the effectiveness of his genuine modeling of simplicity and service. 3. Mercy, as exemplified in one of his most often repeated statements: "The Lord never tires of forgiving", and in his motto, "Choosing through the eyes of mercy." In talking about ecumenism, Allen made several points about Francis's experience and ambitions: 1. In Argentina, which has ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2014/04/celebrity-selfies-bad-fashion-and-bulbs.html

Australians Mourn Late Bishop Remembered for Ecumenism EWTN NEWS - WORLD CATHOLIC NEWS - April 2, 2014 Townsville, Australia, Apr 2, 2014 / 03:03 am ( EWTN News/CNA ).- Christians, especially those in Australia, are mourning the death of Bishop Michael Putney, who was particularly committed to ecumenical dialogue.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EwtnNews-World/~3/Gc_zw44rpR0/new.php

John Paul II: The Move Toward Christian Unity USCCB BLOG - April 2, 2014 Father Ron Roberson, CSP When Pope John Paul II was elected bishop of Rome in 1978, he assumed leadership of a Catholic Church that was already deeply committed to the ecumenical movement. The Second Vatican Council, in its 1964 Decree on Ecumenism (Unitatis Redintegratio), had oriented the Church in this direction. In 1965, Pope Paul VI and Patriarch of Constantinople Athenagoras had solemnlyhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/xADG43OpnO0/john-paul-ii-move-toward-christian-unity.html

Pope John XXIII and the Quest or Ecumenism USCCB BLOG - April 2, 2014 By John Borelli From the start, Pope John wanted the Second Vatican Council to be "ecumenical." Of course, the Council would be one of the already twenty historic universal or "ecumenical" councils, but Pope John wanted his council to be "ecumenical" in the modern sense. Among the stated goals in his announcement on January 25, 1959, was an invitation to separated Christians and that unityhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/J0XxDXB3dz8/pope-john-xxiii-and-quest-or-ecumenism.html

EWTN.com - "A New Ecumenism" WHERE THE RUBBER HITS THE ROAD - March 27, 2014 EWTN.com - "A New Ecumenism"http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/oOuOI/~3/aF93RNplRgY/ewtncom-new-ecumenism.html

"A New Ecumenism" ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - March 26, 2014 ARCIC stands for the Anglican Roman Catholic International Commission. This meeting of Anglican and Catholic hearts and minds was kicked off in the wake of the Second Vatican Council. An initial planning meeting in 1967 was followed by a first phase of theological discussions which lasted from 1971 to 1981. The sec...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/6exQMrqhRb4/a-new-ecumenism

Presentation of the Next World Meeting of Families VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - March 25, 2014 http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/03/presentation-of-next-world-meeting-of.html

"One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic?" Little Triumphs... SCELATA - March 24, 2014 http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/03/one-holy-catholic-and-apostolic-little.html

Five Things to Know on March 21 USCCB BLOG - March 21, 2014 1. Father John Crossin head of the bishops Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs offers an important insight on criminal justice issues in his blog post on ecumenism on the margins. 2. Pope Francis in his morning homily reminds people that prayer and humility are needed in a world that can hold out an unrealistic view of self-sufficiency. 3. The USCCB Lenten calendar todayhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/t67-6V7-Kj0/five-things-to-know-on-march-21.html

Ecumenism on the Margins USCCB BLOG - March 20, 2014 By Father John Crossin, OSFS Solidarity with those imprisoned, people who Pope Francis would describe as on the margins, has become an ecumenical priority. When they are incarcerated, human beings made in the image and likeness of God are often forgotten, downgraded, given exorbitant sentences and not offered real opportunities to reform. These and many other sad conclusions came to me afterhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/8QIB0WKmkt4/ecumenism-on-margins.html

Other Pontifical Acts VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - March 18, 2014 ... president of the archdiocesan catechetical commission and chaplain of the Catholic Women Association; and priest of the parishes of "Immaculate Conception" and "Sts. Peter and Paul". He is currently administrator of the "Our Lady Queen of Nigeria" pro-Cathedral of Abuja, dean of the Garki deanery, archdiocesan director for the teaching of the Catechism and chaplain for the youth of the ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/03/other-pontifical-acts_18.html

The Need for a Re-Assessment of Vatican II PROTECT THE POPE - March 18, 2014 ... documents of, and of the underlying intent of the Council. There is now an ever growing belief that we must turn, face up to, and deal with this crisis. Bishop Schneider. A solution to this grave matter has been put forward by Bishop Athanasius Schneider ORC. It calls for the issuing of a "Syllabus " of erroneous interpretations of the documents of Vatican II, as laid out in his paper, " Proposals for a Correct Reading of the Second Vatican Council ", which was given at a conference in Rome in ...http://protectthepope.com/?p=10187

EG 114: Community Exists for a Purpose CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - March 17, 2014 http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/eg-114-community-exists-for-a-purpose/

We Cannot Refrain DEUS NOBISCUM - March 6, 2014 As I have started to read Iam vos Omnes I am struck, first, by the ecumenical call, as in multi-denominational ecumenism, that Pope Pius IX makes. We cannot refrain Ourselves, on the occasion of the future Council, from addressing Our Apostolic and paternal words to all those who, whilst they acknowledge the same Jesus Christ as the […]http://deusnobiscum.com/2014/03/06/we-cannot-refrain/

EG 100: Healing Historical Divisions CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - March 4, 2014 Pope Francis in Evangelii Gaudium touches on ecumenism here. Remember, this is directed at workers: bishops, priests, lay ministers, and others who exercise leadership in the Church. Ecumenism is the task of all the faithful, but let's attend to what the Holy Father has in mind for his pastoral leadership: 100. Those wounded by historical divisions find it difficult to accept our invitation to forgiveness and reconciliation, since they think that we ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/eg-100-healing-historical-divisions/

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