The contents of this posting are taken exclusively from a page located here: http://fatherleonardfeeney.googlepages.com/ .Of especial value to this page is the series of links that appears at the bottom of this posting. Leonard Feeney was born in Lynn, Massachusetts … Continue reading
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This offering comes from a favorite author of mine. I will reveal his name at the end.
Archbishop Albert Malcolm Ranjith Patabendige Don is the Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. The full text of the Archbishop’s address, “Faith, Obedience, and Theology, Challenges to the Mission of the Church Today,” … Continue reading
Recently, I witnessed a very animated discussion between a Scripture scholar and a religion teacher. The subject of the disputation was Biblical inerrancy.
The last three posts were all on Modernism, or subjects closely related to Modernism. This is my (slightly belated) celebration of the 100th anniversary of Pascendi Dominici Gregis, Pope St. Pius X’s wonderful encyclical condemning that heresy.
At Saint Benedict Center’s annual conference, I gave a talk entitled “The Magisterium on the Magisterium: Contributions to a Constructive Critique of the Council.” For those who are interested: The tapes and CDs of SBC’s 2007 conference are now available! … Continue reading
This is where my clan is from. Our little Spanish village boasts a Poor Claire Monastery called Our Lady of Solitude.
From Puerto Rico, Father Brian Harrison, O.S., sent us this report on some anti-family, anti-life legislation and Catholic resistance to it. You have probably heard little or nothing in the U.S. media about the fact that Puerto Rico is right … Continue reading
If it prevails nearly everywhere in the West today, the fundamental liberal belief that men may and even should organize society and lead their own lives without reference to God began to take hold in the minds of some Christians … Continue reading
We have two saints in Washington DC. Well, not exactly. What we do have is the statue of two blesseds in the Capitol building. Who might they be, you may wonder? Blessed Junipero Serra, founder of the California missions, is … Continue reading