Wednesday, October 18, 2017

St. Ignatius of Antioch and the early Church

Whose bourgeois morality?

By George Weigel on Oct 18, 2017 03:01 am
We have met the bourgeois lobby, and it consists of German-speaking bishops. [...]
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Raheem Kassam’s “No Go Zones” is unsettling, necessary reading

By Timothy D. Lusch on Oct 17, 2017 05:49 pm
This book is informative and also digressive, which is perhaps its weakness and its strength. For even though it ambles and strays, it does so [...]
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On St. Ignatius of Antioch and the early Church

By Dr. Leroy Huizenga on Oct 17, 2017 05:44 am
The second-century martyr bears witness to the early provenance of Catholic distinctives. [...]
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Defending the voiceless, from the unborn to persecuted Christians

By Fiorella Nash on Oct 16, 2017 11:51 pm
Anglican Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali is using his unique perspective on the plight of Middle Eastern Christians to be “light to attract those in darkness.” [...]
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Is there no place for a women’s college in a non-binary world?

By Fiorella Nash on Oct 16, 2017 05:44 pm
In opening admissions to men who identify as female, Murray Edward College has succeeded in doing one thing only: argued itself out of existence. [...]
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Pope Francis, the Lérinian legacy of Vatican II, and capital punishment

By Eduardo Echeverria on Oct 15, 2017 06:28 pm
I’m sure there are other reasons, but at least for these three reasons I think that Pope Francis cannot provide a Lérinian justification of the [...]
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“The Princess Bride” at 30

By Thomas S. Hibbs on Oct 14, 2017 01:22 pm
With a terrific characters, witty dialogue, and a credible romance at its core, The Princess Bride continues to enchant. [...]
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The Wedding Feast, the Lamb, and the Kingdom

By Carl E. Olson on Oct 14, 2017 03:01 am
On the Readings for Sunday, October 15, 2017 [...]
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New book describes an atheist’s vision of the future—and godhood

By Russell Shaw on Oct 13, 2017 08:17 pm
Yuval Noah Harari's most recent book, entitled Homo Deus, argues that the "new human agenda" of the near future will consist of "attaining divinity". [...]
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Hope and mercy and the “Miracle of the Sun”

By Father Seán Connolly on Oct 13, 2017 04:36 am
“In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph,” Our Lady promised at Fatima 100 years ago. [...]
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