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Spare Us, O Lord, From Those More Catholic Than the Pope ARNOBIUS OF SICCA - March 21, 2015 ... concern disciplinary matters, these determinations call for docility in charity. ( 2041 ) So, it is not just the ex cathedra pronunciations that bind. The Church has the right to announce moral principles and make judgments on human affairs—even if they involve disciplinary matters. This binding authority is primarily passed on in catechesis and teaching. It is not limited to the extraordinary magisterium. When we see this, we have to make a decision when it comes to a teaching by Pope ...http://arnobius-of-sicca.blogspot.com/2015/03/spare-us-o-lord-from-those-more.html
Liturgical Changes DEO ADIUVANTE - March 12, 2015 ... of faith by a parishioner. Of course, I said no. I've had to fight the battle every year about the time for the Vigil Mass for Easter. I often hear, "the priests in Billings (or some other town) are starting the Mass much earlier." I addressed this issue once in a talk I gave for the teachers at the Catholic Schools in Great Falls. At various times when celebrating Mass at the schools I was asked to do things that were not to be allowed. Again I heard things like, "Father ...http://frleo.blogspot.com/2015/03/liturgical-changes.html
About St. Basil the Great BLOG BY-THE-SEA - December 22, 2014 ... the Arian Constantius took control of Cappadocia. The civil authority was then taken over by Arians who rejected the deity of Christ and the creed of the Council of Nicea. During that time, Basil was educated with the elite of fourth century society. He studied in Constantinople and then in Athens. When Basil arrived in Athens in 351, his reputation for genius was so well known that the other students spared him from the usual jokes inflicted on new students. He and his close ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/hbs0v_L2EEo/about_st_basil_.html