03 Jun 2010
Well, that’s subtle.
Andrea Tantaros makes a number of very good points. Oh, and I would rather not see Mrs. Pelosi’s face again, so I’m posting a picture of the author.
During times of trials and tribulations, many people turn to Christ to help them through. It seems Sister – I mean Speaker of the House – Nancy Pelosi is no different. With speculation brewing that Democrats are poised to lose big in the fall midterm elections and the balance of power at stake, is Nancy … Read the rest...read more
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02 Jun 2010
By Colleen Hammond, in Abortion, Catholic Church, Courtship, Devotions, Dressing with Dignity, Family Life, Feminism, Immodest, Masculinity, Modesty, Parenting, Skirts, Vatican | 6 Responses 6 Comments
PART 2 of Monsignor Cormac Burke’s meditation on femininity.
Mgr Burke, a lecturer at Nairobi University, Kenya, continues his profound meditation upon the role of the feminine and of the gift of self in reaching human fulfilment. In this part he convincingly brings out the character of true love, and its counterfeit promoted within modern culture. Part One was published in our March issue.
5. Two Contrasting Modes of Sexual Identification
The main thesis of my book Man and Values is that we do not fulfil ourselves just around ourselves. The thrust of fulfilment is not … Read the rest...read more
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01 Jun 2010
The Quest for Feminine Identity (Part I)
Mgr Burke offers a profound meditation upon the role of the feminine and of gift of self in reaching human fulfilment. He brings out some of the inhuman tendencies in this regard promoted by our culture. This paper was presented at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Conference, in Washington D.C. last April. We plan to publish Part Two in our next issue. Mgr Burke is a former Judge of the Roman Rota, the High Court of the Church, and now lectures at Strathmore University, … Read the rest...read more
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01 Jun 2010
Found at Legatus Magazine.
Who can bless a home?
June 1, 2010
Father Trigilio suggests keeping a holy water near your home’s entrance . . .
by Fr. John Trigilio
Normally anyone can walk through a home with holy water and say prayers. In the past, it was a custom in Catholic homes for fathers to bless their children before bed. It’s a good idea to keep holy water in fonts at the entrance of homes so that the faithful may bless themselves as they enter or leave.
Formal blessing of a home, however, is usually reserved … Read the rest...read more
01 Jun 2010
VATICAN CITY, 31 MAY 2010 (VIS) – Pope Benedict’s general prayer intention for June is: “That every national and trans-national institution may strive to guarantee respect for human life from conception to natural death”.
His mission intention is: “That the Churches in Asia, which constitute a ‘little flock’ among non-Christina populations, may know how to communicate the Gospel and give joyful witness to their adherence to Christ”.… Read the rest...read more