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Sealed With the Gift: The Gift of Piety

We’re preparing ourselves to receive the Holy Spirit in a new way at the celebration of Pentecost, the day we recall the gift of the Holy Spirit given to the disciples who were in one place together in Acts 2. 597 more words

Father Bryan

Stout and individual XIII

At its root, the problem remains that of knowing the person’s character, in response to which Stout highlights the importance of determining those different communities, practices and institutions in which the person trades. 929 more words

Philosophy

Where Is My Heart?

Matthew 6:19–21 (NASB95)  19 “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. 684 more words

Christianity

Visibility & Piety

This blog entry comes to us from SIUE Philosophy professor Saba Fatima.  Dr. Fatima has published on social and political concerns as they pertain to the Muslim identity. 2,198 more words

An Introduction To The Study Of Certitude (Criteriology)

This article first posted to ROK on 4-15-16

This week, we’ll look ahead to the continuation of our philosophical series.

Though Cardinal Mercier’s manual discusses Cosmology next, we will be proceed to Criteriology, or Epistemology. 1,929 more words

A Reprobate Mind

Romans 1:28 – And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient; 447 more words

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Why True Preparation For Christmas Involves Introspection And Sacrifice

This article first posted to ROK on 11-27-15

It is sometimes easy to focus on the negative in our times; the shapers and manipulators of modernity often contrive (and succeed) at robbing men of their sense of purpose, of their conviction, of their joy in what transcends the self and the political. 1,419 more words