Picard, To illustrate Anselm's method, I shall examine his discussions of God's impassibility, timelessness, and simplicity. Tab 1 Tab 2 Tab 3. What it has, it always has; what it is, it always is; what it does, it always does. It suffices that thou willest our salvation, and then we are sure to obtain it.
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Harde leugen Xander Uitgevers B. Familieverraad A. De derde stem A. Gesluierde passie Harlequin Contemporary. Huis clos. Suivi de Les mouches Editions Gallimard Theatre. Time of Contempt Orion Fantasy. Tout mais pas lui - 6 Editions addictives Suspense. Tout mais pas lui - 4 Editions addictives Suspense. Tout mais pas lui - 5 Editions addictives Suspense.
Viersprong van de schemer Luitingh Sijthoff Fantasy Epic. Munich Random House Historical. Saint Ephraim, one of my favorite Saint, a Doctor of the Church, a poet, he was quite a prolific hymn writer , a deacon of the early Church, gives this most impressive picture of the Cross and the Bridge and their link in one sentence.
And it is all very theologically sound. Very informative and formative and graphic!
I decided to use the stained glass of the Holy Family from the church in Samoens, France to illustrate this sermon because of the fact that Jesus portrayed here as a child helping his father in his workshop, in a wonderful and peaceful family scene is carrying a cross in wood! This detail is quite a stretch for the mind about the usual constraint of time and place It says Get out of the box! Get out of your comfort zone. If there is something that the faith helps accomplish, again and again, it is to stretch us in our mind, in our heart. Thank you, saint Ephraim, you helped me today see deeper into the passion of our Lord!
I found the text of the sermon in a message from Fr.
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Hezekias, from the Institute of Catholic Culture which is a place with terrific ressources! Because of the recent rain and many storms, we got to see the most beautiful rainbows all over town! Bonne Fete Marcelle! Happy Feast Day, Marcelle! Saint Marcella of Rome, 4th century, was- and is - a wonderful saint: in a time where Rome was again invaded by pagan culture, corrupted and decadent, she changed it by her own exemplary living, by proving a completely different way of life.
She was very wealthy and well educated and became a widow after less than a year of marriage, she dedicated herself to help the poor and the sick around her, giving away all her wealth, she was very pious and Christ-centered, living a life of prayers, charity and service, founder of monastical communities for young virgins and older widows, attracting many by her own exemplary life, a leader among them, a scholar of scripture herself and a close friend of saint Jerome the one who befriended a lion who cried for a week on his tumb after his death, the one who translated the Bible into what came to be called The Vulgate, after writing it verse by verse, next to each others, in 4 languages: Hebrew, Greeek, Latin and Chaldean.
When the barbarians invaded and sacked Rome, they beat Saint Marcelle although she was an elderly woman in her 80's , and tortured her trying to find her riches and left her to die But her true wealth was not something they could see because it was her love for Christ and dedication to be faith filled and faithful to Him.
St Marcelle, pray for us, pray for courage and discernment for us in our troubled and challenging times! All photos are mine Michele Szek.
October Sharing the faith… in English :. Prayer to the Holy Spirit to illuminate mankind Lord Jesus, you came to destroy the works of the devil and to call us all children of God. You sent us the Advocate so that we may know your truth Lord Jesus, rain down the Holy Spirit upon all of Mankind. Illuminate and convict each of us of who we are in your eyes I love this prayer from the blog: Veronica's Veil here!
The formative value of setting up a Creche I moved my article there on my creche of , the theology behind it and who helped me with it! Go check it out here. A Year of Kindness "Make your resolution to be kind in some way to some person every day Somehow, show an act of mercy, of charity. The ripple effect from that can spread through the world and into your eternity A new perspective A very interesting perspectibe, using movies and more, on what should be the impact of Christmas on us, in our daily lives See it on YouTube here.
Pope Francis in Palermo, Sicily. He is paying tribute to a priest who worked to keep youths away from the Mafia and was slain by mobsters. Pope Francis appealed to Mafiosi to renounce their quests for power and money as he visited Sicily on Saturday to honor a priest slain by mob henchmen for trying to protect youths from the evil clutches of organized crime. The daylong trip by Francis to the Mediterranean island where the Cosa Nostra is rooted marked the 25th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev.
Giuseppe "Pino" Puglisi's assassination. Puglisi was declared a martyr by the Vatican and beatified in , the last formal step before possible sainthood. Francis paid tribute to the priest, who worked to keep unemployed youths in a poor neighborhood of Palermo from turning to local Mafia bosses for jobs like pushing drugs. Read more here. They asked their questions in person after liturgical celebrations, but also via Twitter, Facebook and other new media.
During evening sessions, these young people discussed their questions amongst themselves and with their priest. All questions were welcome and no topic was taboo. Here is a small part of the index of tweets, which can be found here 1. Do I need him? Isn't that nonsense? What does it have to do with my sins? Why is there evil? Finding peace through a call to service in Lourdes.
A nightly event was venting her frustrations to her family back in Nashville. Read more about it here found on the diocese of Nashville. It is a very moving story.
People carried about their normal activities with no perception about my own personal agony. The series of Fatima appearances is one of the most extraordinary in the history of the Church-and it has also beguiled political and cultural commentators outside the ambit of the Church. This particular visitation of Mary took place at the height of the First World War, which signaled the end of Enlightenment confidence in the perfectibility of the human being, and in the year of the Bolshevik Revolution, which would exert, for most of the twentieth-century, a massively deleterious influence Read more here here on Catholic World Report site.
Jesus is the equivalent of Pastor Bob from the Backwoods Bible Church who has studied for two years at Buckboard Bible College and then set up his church. He's a homely country man with a sincere message and a good heart. He goes in for no frills religion" Read more here here on Fr.
Longenecker's site. Black Friday and Good Friday Every argument is a theological argument, and the vulgarity and futility of Black Friday reveals a philosophical-theological crisis at the heart of our culture. Its called "Materialism".
Its easy enough to see the consumerism of Black Friday and say this is materialism but the behaviors are a symptom, not the disease. Read more here here at Patheos. On the essential need we have every one of us for love and reconciliation and, at the same time, on the straightforward commandment of Jesus to love our neighbor, here is a very short but very clear and effectual article: Read it here at Catholic All manifestations of pride prevent fulfillment by the Holy Spirit Sweeney "Looks Twice mentioned his hope of sainthood for his grandfather.