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Dying Thief Accepts Christ as His Saviour

And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.” (Luke 23:42)   


“To the last of His work Christ is a sin-pardoner. 352 more words


Reconciliation and the Visible Church

The CCC says in §1445:

Reconciliation with the Church is inseparable from reconciliation with God.

Reconciliation with God and with the Church go together. You can’t have one without the other.

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Picture of the day: À genoux...

There are some things I simply don’t understand (either the motivation/or the practice), and this is one of them. While I was at the Oratoire snapping some shots, I saw a lady of Indian origin, dressed in traditional garb, climbing the stairs on her knees. 32 more words


Botticelli's Trinity Altarpiece at the Courtauld Gallery

This was first presented as a spot-light talk in July 2014 as part of the Courtauld Gallery’s public programmes events (hence the somewhat odd references to kneeling down… but don’t let that put you off!) 1,301 more words

The Transparency of Non-sheep

Excerpt from a reply to a comment at http://www.freesoulblog.net/jOG/jOGtv.html

31jul14 157C43 réponse

Published here by permission of the author

Translated by djd

A small number of mediocre and incompetent persons, full of sly “democracy”, but tightly welded, decide for the larger number, the mass. 470 more words

In the Hour of Trial

1) The Almanac. Click on the month you want in the side-bar, then the specific date. The blog will tell you what happened in hymn history on that day. 810 more words

Christian Life

Life: an odyssey?

Might life be considered a pilgrimage, wherein we do our penitence in the form of enduring the sorrows we bear; in appreciation of that which we have received? 8 more words

Letters From Ionia