- Arise! Let Us Be Going! (Fr. George David Byers) >> Amoris laetitia: bonum ex integra causa malum ex quocumque defectu
- Catholic Conclave (Christopher Gillibrand) >> Cardinal warns against watering down of Catholic teaching after "Amoris laetitia"
- Catholic Stand (Guy McClung, J.D., Ph.D.) >> Precious
- Catholic Stand (Colleen McCrum) >> My Experience at a Pro-life Rally
- Catholic World Report - Blog (Catherine Harmon) >> Make sure you read these passages from Amoris Laetitia, too
- Clutching My Rosary >> Saturday of the Second Week After Easter
- Community in Mission (Msgr. Charles Pope) >> A Powerful and Humorous Look at Vanity in a Commercial
- Fr. Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment (Fr. John Hunwicke) >> OK, then. So, on to the next question. ("...Incidentally, it is worth recalling that Benedict XVI repeated the teaching of Familiaris consortio in Sacramentum caritatis as recently as 2007 (para 29). So, if Amoris laetitia footnote 351 were to mean what many on both 'sides' seem to assume, we would have now a truly lightning 'development', all the way from X to Contra-X, all the way from volte to face, in just nine years. Could a 'magisterial' organ which behaved like this be described as being in anything other than a state of dysfunctional and terminal collapse? Some 'development'! Some 'magisterium'! Some 'organ'! ... Remember: if this Austrian and his friends can make this dodge stick, there's nothing in the fields of either dogma or ethics which can't fall before the same methodological onslaught... ")
- Musings of a Pertinacious Papist >> O tempora ...
- OnePeterFive (Steve Skojec) >> Pope Francis Didn’t Change Doctrine (and Other True Stories)
- Roman Catholic Man (Fr. Richard Heilman) >> A Plea for Intolerance by Venerable Fulton J. Sheen
- RORATE CÆLI (New Catholic) >> Main Vatican (Ecclesia Dei) official: Vatican II disagreements no obstacle to SSPX structure
- St. Corbinian's Bear >> The Apostolic Exhortation
- The Catholic Thing (David Carlin) >> The Pro-Absurdity Revolution
- The Imaginative Conservative (Fr. James Schall) >> Did Jesus Oppose Poverty?
- The Imaginative Conservative (Joseph Pearce) >> What is Modernism?
- Views From the Choir Loft (Veronica Brandt) >> More on Angelus Bells
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Posted by Deo volente at 10:06 AM