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The One, True Church? John Martignoni of the Bible Christian Society Explains It All. THECHURCHMILITANT - July 30, 2016 ... received from a Protestant friend of his, named Jeff, to whom he had mailed the newsletter. So, this week, I am going to first reprint the quiz, give you Jeff the Protestant's response to the quiz, and then I will answer that response, paragraph by paragraph. One thing, though, before we jump into it, after you read through Jeff the Protestant's response, but before you read my answer to it, take a moment to think about what is missing in what this particular Protestant had to say, to see if ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2016/07/the-one-true-church.html

Homily for the Opening of the TEC Encounter 2016 SERVANT AND STEWARD - July 29, 2016 ... ourselves that "with its fire, love makes whatever it has touched better." [4] But if this is the case, why are we so often hesitant to yield to the fire of the Lord's love, to allow it be stirred up into flame? Do we not want to be better? The reason is simple: "These flaming words from the lips of our Lord Jesus Christ reveal the malice of sin." [5] When the Lord comes in his glory, he will indeed set the world ablaze, as Saint Paul teaches: for the Day will disclose it, because it will be ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/leulB95vdX0/homily-for-opening-of-tec-encounter-2016.html

Year C Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - July 17, 2016 ... that perhaps we should slow down a bit sometimes, we need to see how this meal in the home of Martha and Mary connects what came before and what follows. In this short vignette, Jesus modeled the challenge he gave to those who would be his disciples ( 9:57-62 ), as well as what he told the seventy-two, who were sent out to proclaim the Good News ( 10:1-12 ), namely to rely solely on God and bring peace to all who welcomed them. In the home of Martha and Mary Jesus also paves the way for what ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/07/year-c-sixteenth-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Augustine - On the Causality of the Son From the Father and the Monarchy of God the Father ARTICULI FIDEI - July 10, 2016 ... 8, 2013, I published a thread under the title: Which Augustine ??? . In the opening post, I wrote: Keeping in mind the distinction between the Latin/Western and Greek/Eastern approaches to the doctrine of the Trinity drawn by a number of patristic and theological scholars of the last few decades, one will find that the following selections are more in line with the Greek/Eastern approach. In addition to the contrast mentioned above, many of those scholars who have sided with ...http://articulifidei.blogspot.com/2016/07/augustine-on-causality-of-son-from.html

Learn Latin Through Storybook Readers TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - July 8, 2016 I had not heard of the Olim, Once Upon a Time in Latin, Reader I and the Olim, Once Upon a Time in Latin, Workbook I b y Laurelwood Books until I was offered a chance to review them. Once I read a bit about them, though, I jumped at the chance to try them out with my children as I felt the reader and workbooks would dovetail perfectly with some of our current homeschool initiatives and goals, such as: learning about Aesops' fables. renewing efforts to ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2016/07/olim-laurelwood-books.html

Fr. Jeffrey Kirby - Mercy and the Drama of Salvation - IHM National Conference Notes TOTUS TUUS FAMILY & CATHOLIC HOMESCHOOL - June 30, 2016 ... not a problem to be solved, it is a mystery to be loved. " Fr. Jeffrey Kirby was a new-to-me speaker and I truly hope to see him speak again sometime. He was hysterical and although I highly recommend getting the audio of his talk, he really needed to be videoed. His physical humor added to the laughs. To hear this talk, Mercy and the Drama of Salvation , it in its entirety, on and after August 1st you can find audio of it HERE , along with other talks from this 2-day Catholic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ePBq/~3/OMBU5cI886I/fr-jeffrey-kirby-mercy-and-drama-of.html

Lessons From Descartes on the Value of Latin Liturgy CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 10, 2016 ... children able to participate wholly in liturgy and understanding it more fully themselves, seemed to embrace Mass in the vernacular. Unlike the sillier changes wrought by the "Spirit of Vatican II," I have never doubted, until recently, that changing the language of the Mass from Latin to the vernacular was a good thing. While it is a fine option, I thought, folks pressing for the liturgy's return to Latin seemed a bit hidebound and inflexible. Pope Francis ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Yej2E2mnTYA/lessons-descartes-value-latin-liturgy

The Priesthood, the Mass & The Eucharist (Corpus Christi Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 31, 2016 Today we celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi, which is Latin; translated, it means, the Body of Christ. Until 40 years ago, there was another feast for the Precious Blood of Christ, which was on July 1. But really, today, what we are focusing on today is the whole Eucharist – the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. If you look closely at the readings, they are more about something else: and that is the priesthood. Both the Genesis reading and the Gospel ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-priesthood-mass-eucharist-corpus.html

John of Damascus on the Trinity - Selections From His Expositio Fidei Orthodoxæ (Exposition of the Orthodox Faith) ARTICULI FIDEI - May 26, 2016 ... God was not Word: but He ever possesses His own Word, begotten of Himself, not, as our word is, without a subsistence and dissolving into air, but having a subsistence in Him and life and perfection, not proceeding out of Himself but ever existing within Himself. For where could it be, if it were to go outside Him? For inasmuch as our nature is perishable and easily dissolved, our word is also without subsistence. But since ...http://articulifidei.blogspot.com/2016/05/john-of-damascus-on-trinity-selections.html

The Image of Man Has Been Raised Up: On the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - May 8, 2016 ... then the Lord Jesus, after he spoke to them, was taken up into heaven and took his seat at the right hand of God" (Mk. 16:19). This dramatic moment has been celebrated in the Church on the fortieth day after Easter since the earliest centuries. Some of the Church Fathers, including Augustine, said that the feast had been observed since the time of the apostles, although the earliest evidence of its celebration dates to the fifth century. In the Latin Rite in the United States ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/05/the-image-of-man-has-been-raised-up-on-the-feast-of-the-ascension-of-the-lord.html

"Holy" Cards SCELATA - May 5, 2016 ... cold enough to wear? It would make a swell pillow. I hate vertical blinds, took them down immediately - but don't the long cream colored strips look like candles? Add yellow construction paper flames and let each child in Sunday school write the names of people they would like to remember in prayer during the month of All Souls, I can't throw out scrap metal, I know there are people around who will take it, I understand there are people who buy expensive garments they've never worn, or replace ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2016/05/holy-cards.html

On Ascension Day – Or Not – The Church Retains Its "Option" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - May 5, 2016 ... mildly, no shortage of things have changed since then, above all the makeup of the bench. Indeed, it's hard to think of more than five still-active prelates (of some 250) who would've cast a vote on this question, and all but one of them are now in very different provinces than they were at the time. More to the point, the last two decades have brought something of a tidal shift across the board, even as its wake has pulled in two very different directions: in the Northeast, where 1994's ample ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2016/05/on-ascension-day-or-not-churchs-only.html

Vigil of the Ascension A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 4, 2016 ... or 13 January, and the other running from Septuagesima until the Octave of Easter, the Sunday after Easter). For hundreds of years, the Faithful would observe these Minor Rogations - the 3rd of which occurs on the Vigil of the Ascension - by prayer and fasting. At this time, it is customarily to have the crops in one's fields blessed by a priest in violet colored vestments. Rogation Days were characterized by the Rogation procession in which parishioners, led by the minister, churchwarden, and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/iG8RneR560E/vigil-of-ascension.html