This week, for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost in the Vetus Ordo, we are in Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians 3:13-21. Paul penned this letter, along with that to the Colossians and to Philemon probably during his first imprisonment in Rome, around 62 AD. This 16th Sunday was once reckoned as the 1st after from…
We come now to the 15th Sunday after Pentecost, which in an older way of thinking was called Quinta post Sancti Laurentii… the 5th after St. Lawrence, who was so beloved of the Romans. In fact, most of the Sundays of the year had station churches, not just the Sundays of Advent or days of…
When the time came for the ceremonial slap of the cheek, Hugh taught the peasant a lesson.
You must step on the fumi-e of Christ the Bridegroom and His Bride the Church to live in the world of “Love.”
The Body of Christ is one of friendship and brotherly love.
A change in vocational path, provided it remains on the path of God’s commandments, is never in itself a failure.
I follow the approach outlined by Joachim Salaverri in his Tractatus de Ecclesia from the Sacrae Theologiae Summa.
The pilgrims pray for Christendom, that is to pray for the teaching of the Gospels to inspire our human society, in its legislation, in its culture, practices and customs.