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Humility Is the First Step to Unity, Pope Tells Catholics, Anglicans CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 26, 2017 ... voiced gratitude for the good relations Catholics and Anglicans now enjoy, and said that on the path toward full communion, humility has to be the point of departure. "(Humility) is not only a beautiful virtue, but a question of identity," the Pope said in his Feb. 26 visit to the Anglican parish of All Saints. He noted that in evangelizing the Christians in Corinth, St. Paul had to "grapple" with the fact that relations with the community weren't always good. But when faced ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/humility-is-first-step-to-unity-pope.html

Pope Francis to Visit Rome's Anglican Community CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 21, 2017 ... Saints." The All Saints Catholic Church is famous because it is the site where Blessed Paul VI celebrated the first Mass according to the Novus Ordo. Boardman said the event builds on good Catholic-Anglican relations in Rome. "Our two communities have already a lot of activities in common, a working friendship that is expressed, for instance, in the common service to poor," he said. "Now, we are going to seal it with a symbolic twinning." The anniversary event has been planned for years. ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/pope-francis-to-visit-romes-anglican.html

China and the Vatican Have Reached an Agreement on Bishops, Says Cardinal CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 13, 2017 ... together to preach the gospel of Jesus on the soil of China." In a letter published on Thursday, Cardinal Tong noted that China and the Vatican have different interests, so they will prioritise remaining problems differently. "The Chinese government is concerned with problems on the political level, while for the Holy See, the problems are on the religious and pastoral levels," he said. The Vatican and China, which severed diplomatic ties in 1951, have had on-again, off-again talks since the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/china-and-vatican-have-reached.html

Falsely Accused of Child Sex Abuse: Ordeal of Innocent Priests CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 13, 2017 ... priest at Killeagh in east Cork, has had more recent experience of such as ordeal. For him, it began in March 2010 when the child protection officer of his Cloyne diocese told him an anonymous allegation had been made against him. Despite the anonymity, "my diocese proceeded to inform the police and the health board, giving them my name". It was six years before it ended, in June 2016. Then, at the High Court, his accuser signed a detailed retraction and admission that he had lied. He also ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/falsely-accused-of-child-sex-abuse.html

Cardinal Burke 'In Office but Out of Power' As Job Handed to Papal Delegate CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 3, 2017 ... religious life. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Disclaimer No responsibility or liability shall attach itself to the blogspot 'Clerical Whispers' for any or all of the articles placed here. The placing of an article hereupon does not necessarily imply that we agree or accept the contents of the article as being necessarily factual in theology, dogma or otherwise. Editor + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/cardinal-burke-in-office-but-out-of.html

Childhood Memories of Faith JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 24, 2017 ... theological conversations make me happy and have increased over the years. I also oftentimes think about how I will want to raise my future children (if God blesses me with any). I know that I want them to develop their relationship with God as soon as they can understand it. Of course, I'll take them to Mass and I'll teach them prayers as they're growing up. Since I didn't experience any prayers before or after meals (until a few years ago when I started doing it on my own) or even with my ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2017/01/childhood-memories-of-faith.html

The Catholic Perspective on Paul - Taylor R. Marshall - The Origins of Catholicism Book 2 BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - January 12, 2017 ... Letters. It was sort of continuation with the instructor one on one. In fact I have written numerous paper on Paul and his theology, and Pauline Studies has remained a personal area of interest and study for the past 2 decades. Next to Jesus himself, Paul's thoughts, words and intentions are likely the most fought over, argued, loved and vilified in all of Christian history. And it seems my love of Pauline studies only grows with my age. For this was the first of three books ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/MSl88DkXtXo/the-catholic-perspective-on-paul-taylor.html

Book Review: Love, Henri NUNBLOG - January 6, 2017 ... many. His correspondence was not limited to personal friends or collaborators or ministry professionals, but included generous and thoughtful letters to readers, many of whom entrusted him with their struggles (and some of them, it becomes clear, with sharp criticism). The book is filled with warmth, with spiritual treasures—and with the name of Jesus, Jesus loved and doggedly sought. In one letter alone, the name of Jesus appears in every paragraph (6) in addition to ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2017/01/book-review-love-henri.html

The Search Adventure ENCOUNTERS - December 5, 2016 ... even if their life is destroyed by drugs or vices. God is present in events, especially the disturbing and painful ones that serve to strengthen our faith and fuel the spiritual thirst for communion with the God of Love. We can, and must try to seek, discern, contemplate God in every human life, and trust that God will set the encounter, in His own time, as long as there is truth and love in the heart. The German Jewish convert to Catholicism, St. Teresa Benedict of the Cross, ...http://bishopalo.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-search-adventure.html

Picture Book History and Theology BACK BAY VIEW - November 22, 2016 ... evil, go to heaven when dies? In other words, if someone never makes any penances, how big a sin must he commit for him to go down to Hell? God bless you, Ivan Age 13, China Dear Ivan, Jesus loves us so very much, and he wants all of us to go to Heaven. God's will is that everybody would be saved. Jesus walks with us until the very last moment of our lives, so that we can be with him always. Now appearance can certainly deceive us. But in fact, Jesus is beside us throughout our lives -- to the ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2016/11/picture-book-history-and-theology.html

The Babble of Babel CRISIS MAGAZINE - November 11, 2016 ... average reader's sense of probability." I would argue that probability is on Lewis' side, not Orwell's. 1984 has come and gone, Big Brother may be out there, somewhere, but the shadow of that hideous strength grows daily. And as each person succumbs to the desire to be god, the babble of Babel spreads. Editor's note: The image above, titled "The Tower of Babel," was painted by Lucas van Valckenborch in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/MABeDNnso1A/the-babble-of-babel

St. Elizabeth of the Trinity CATHOLIC FIRE - November 8, 2016 ... time, she never abandoned those who were in most need of her abilities. She sang in the choir, visited the sick, and taught catechism to children. On August 2, 1901, Elizabeth entered the Discalced Carmelite monastery in Dijon, France at the age of twenty-one. At Carmel, she experienced periods of great spiritual growth, but also times of darkness. Elizabeth found much inspiration in the writings of St. Therese of Lisieux, especially her "Offering to Merciful Love," a prayer found in Story of ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/11/st-elizabeth-of-trinity.html

Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity MOUNT CARMEL - November 8, 2016 ... Carmel. It is wonderful to read Blessed Elizabeth's writings because they are full of love and expressions of great longings. Her description and re-discovery of the mystery of the Divine Indwelling in her soul is so vivid that one cannot help but be immersed in what she is describing. Her writings are lofty and mystical and she spoke in the language of the mystics. She truly lived out her personal mission of being the apostle of Divine Indwelling in Carmel. Her appeal is different from St. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/oQs1Xajg4bI/feast-day-november-8-carmelite-order.html