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Chartres Meditation 8: From the Height of the Cross... COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - June 1, 2015 ... .' The sacrifice of Christ is the perfect oblation which corrects the disorder of sin and re-establishes man in the divine friendship. The satisfaction brought by Christ in the offering of His sacrifice on the Cross is perfect because, on the one hand, He is truly man: Christ suffers in His humanity and offers Himself as a victim in the place of all us poor sinners; and on the other hand because He is truly God, this satisfaction has an infinite value; it has the power to make reparation for ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2015/06/chartres-meditation-8-from-height-of.html
A Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - May 24, 2015 Today, we are celebrating Pentecost Sunday. Some of you may ask yourselves, "What is the origin of Pentecost in the Catholic Church?" According to the New Catholic Dictionary of 1929, the word Pentecost is Greek for "pentecostes" which means "fiftieth." This feast "commemorates the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles, and takes its name from the fact that it comes nearly fifty days after Easter. It was a Jewish festival, and has been observed in ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/05/a-homily-for-today.html
A Catholic Ecumenical Voice -I : Cardinal Marc Quellet on "The Ecclesiology of Communion" MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - May 14, 2015 ... systematically in the post-synodal exhortation Familiaris Consortio, which has given rise to an abundant literature under the impulse of John Paul II, the Pope of the family. (11) If it is indisputable that baptism and the Eucharist constitute the Church, the Body of Christ, the sacrament of marriage confers an ecclesial status upon the conjugal bond between a man and a woman. This status is recognized by the application of the term ecclesia domestica to the Christian family. At a time when we ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/05/a-catholic-ecumenical-voice-i-cardinal.html