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'Tis the Month of Our Mother

‘Tis the month of our Mother,
Whose blessed and beautiful days,
Move our lips and our spirits
To sing hymns of love and praise.

Chorus… 111 more words


Traditionalists vs Liberals: Acts 15

There has been a deal of discussion this week here about a subject which occupies far too much space on the Internet – traditionalism. Those who want to believe in a hermeneutic of rupture will, in my long experience, do so whatever arguments are adduced for the hermeneutic of continuity. 1,068 more words


Gospel, 6th Sunday of Easter Year C

John 14:23-29

Our love is true, says St Gregory the Great, if we keep His commandments, which means keeping our self-will in check. We need to cleanse our hearts to make them a suitable place for the Lord to dwell. 494 more words


The Our Father

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed by they name:

Thy Kingdom come:

They will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our supersubstantial bread: 32 more words


Why You Should Visit an Eastern Church

I’ve been trying to invite some of my Roman Catholic friends to attend a Byzantine Divine Liturgy during the Easter season. I think that it’s really important for Roman Catholics to experience the traditions of their Eastern brothers and sisters. 1,203 more words


Adopting the enemy's language

Mrs. Amanda Prestigiacomo writes in the Daily Wire:

Blasphemy was committed on a Catholic university campus: An employee at the “Catholic” school stated her belief, rooted in Catholicism, that there are only two genders. 608 more words

The Original Challenge and Authority

B. The Original Challenge and Authority

BOH claims that I was attempting to answer a previous challenge posted at CtC.  This is partially true, but I noted that the “challenge” had faulty assumptions loaded into it. 822 more words