Slap a bit of Greek on it and call it “living tradition” and we’ve got ourselves all the necessary ingredients for a Modernist dance party.
We continue this liturgical year’s task with a look into Colossians 1:12-20, our pericope for Holy Mass at the Epistle for this last Sunday of October. As the last October Sunday, it is the Feast of Christ the King in …
The revolution struck hard.
This is what Bishop Schneider calls “Magisterial Positivism.”
The lamentable application of this "medicine of mercy for the Antichrist."
Conquistadores and Christian rulers are referred to more often than Aristotle.
She saw dangers in the new image of “woman” promoted by the Nazi ideology.
When two people are blessed together, the relationship or partnership is blessed along with the persons.
The pope as legislator may change the canons, but always within the limits of natural and divine law.
You know the story of Esther during the Babylonian Exile. Wicked Haman plotted to get the King to kill all the Jews. Esther foiled his plan and instead the Jews were able to slay their enemies. You know the story …