Suan Sonna Responds to Gavin Ortlund on the Typology of the Papacy: Part 1

Suan Sonna Responds to Gavin Ortlund on the Typology of the Papacy: Part 1 Suan’s channel may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCNjkpXEwIdH-jD8mPJwu_g 00:00:00 – Reason & Theology 00:02:56 – Part One and Part Two 00:04:14 – “Scholarly Consensus on Typology” 00:05:44 – Gavin corrects me 00:08:15 – Why I said “parallel” 00:14:08 – “One-for-One Fulfillment”? 00:15:00... Continue Reading →

Who Is Managing the Synod on Synodality?

NEWS ANALYSIS: Voices supportive of Church teaching are not being given adequate exposure. Pope Francis greets Cardinal Mario Grech in St. Peter’s Basilica on Nov. 28, 2020. Cardinal Grech, secretary general of the Synod on Synodality secretariat, says the current synodal document process shows the ‘People of God are converging in calling for a profound... Continue Reading →

Catholic Meme Monday— Issue 58 (Holiday-sized!)

Hope you had a blessed weekend! Time for another Catholic Meme Monday. To celebrate Thanksgiving (U.S.), here’s an extra helping of memes I hauled back from last week’s humor hunt. Enjoy! Seems pretty accurate. #theendingatthebeginning Yessssssss! Soon it will be…the season of Advent. And THEN Christmas. Kids can be comedy gold. One of my favorite moments…Catholic... Continue Reading →

The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin MaryBy Fr Francis Xavier Weninger SJ (1805-1888) (Excrrpt) Today’s Festival is called the Presentation of Mary, because on this day, Joachim and Anna, the holy parents of the Blessed Virgin, Consecrated their little daughter to the Divine service in the temple at Jerusalem and Mary Consecrated herself to the... Continue Reading →

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