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Monthly Archives: January 2012
“Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture, then, are bound closely together and communicate one with the other. For both of them, flowing out from the same divine well-spring, come together in some fashion to form one thing and move towards the … Continue reading
My six year old was organizing the change in her tiny purse as we settled in the pew for Sunday Mass. I tried to help her to lessen the jingling noises. “Do you need help?” I asked. “No thank you, … Continue reading
“The human person: With his openness to truth and beauty, his sense of moral goodness, his freedom and the voice of his conscience, with his longings for the infinite and for happiness…In all this he discerns signs of his spiritual … Continue reading
God is holy. In fact, according to the bible, God is holy, holy, holy (Is 6, Rev 4). We repeat these scriptures every week at Sunday Mass when we pray the Sanctus. To describe God as thrice holy is the … Continue reading
Archbishop Dolan writes in today’s Catholic New York: Jesus Christ and His Church are one.Now, that’s a revealed truth that needs repeating today.What we’ve got now, if the scholarly research is accurate—and I’m afraid it is—is a growing tendency to … Continue reading
BY PAT ARENSBERGThank you so much for reading so far. I thought I would use today’s blog to review and summarize the Catholic view of divine revelation.The most important principles with regard to divine revelation are these: God takes the … Continue reading
Well, dear Academicians, the Christmas Season has come to its completion. The next highlight of the Church’s Liturgical Year will be Ash Wednesday (which will come earlier this year, on February 22, 2012). The Three Magi’s liturgical visit with the Infant … Continue reading
“You spread out the heavens like a tent; you raised your palace upon the waters. You make the clouds your chariot; you travel on the wings of the wind….You fixed the earth on its foundation, …” -Psalm 104:2-5 Congratulations! You … Continue reading
BadCatholic has a great post on the stupidity of the media in its non-coverage of the March for Life. You can read it here.