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THE ORDINATION AND FIRST MASS(-ES) OF DOM ALEX: OCTOBER 18th , Feast of St Luke, Patron Saint of Iconographers, and Days MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - October 25, 2014

What Would St John Paul II Have Made of the Family Synod? SUNLIT UPLANDS - October 20, 2014

Scientism Cannot Explain Away the Grandeur of God CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 16, 2014 You have opened this page on your web browser. Now you've got to close it. Find your shoelaces and start untying. I want you to take off your shoes. Moses approached the burning bush, the bush ablaze with God, and he took off his sandals. For St. Francis, the whole world was a burning bush ablaze with God, and so he never wore sandals. We, too, should take off our shoes. The world is ...

The Name of God VOX NOVA - August 20, 2014

Introduction: Anticipating and Reflecting Upon the Pilgrimage Three Months Ahead of Time BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - August 11, 2014 ... "higher" groups of Protestants, is that the holy thing literally conveys grace , as the sacraments do (though in a somewhat different sense, similar to what is called a sacramental (holy water, crucifixes, scapulars, etc.). Thus, to travel to Jerusalem or other places where the events of the Bible and life of our Lord Jesus took place, is not merely to revel in its sublime historical significance, nor to try to "go back in time" or suchlike (as many of us love to do on vacations). It's much ...

St. Peter Walks on Water: Rebuke, Revelation, and Redemption INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 10, 2014

A Still Small Voice DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 9, 2014

Jesus: Liar, Lunatic, Legend, Mystic, or Lord? DA MIHI ANIMAS - July 28, 2014

Feast of Saint Bridget of Sweden (23 July 2014) FR. VICTOR BROWN'S CATHOLIC DAILY MESSAGE - July 23, 2014 In the passage of the Old Testament about the burning bush, when God sends Moses to demand that pharoah let his people go, Moses asked God, "Who shall I say is sending me to you? What is your name?" And God gave the immortal reply, "I AM WHO AM." What does that mean? It doesn't sound like much of a name to us of this time and culture. However, to those accustomed to think philosophically and theologically, it is full of ...