16 Jul 2010
Meditation for the Morning
Let us adore Our Lord Jesus Christ always keeping engraved, in the middle of His heart, the most holy will of His Father as the only rule of all His actions, whether small or great. Never once did He follow His own will; at every moment His Father’s will was the law of His conduct.(John 8:29) How adorable He is in this life of loving submission to the divine good pleasure! Let us render to Him all our homage with this object in view.
The Importance of a Rule of Life
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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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31 May 2010
Found at the London Telegraph and reprinted below.
Monsignor Charles Scicluna, the promoter of justice within the Vatican’s all powerful Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, is tasked with investigating sex claims against clergy.
In recent weeks the Vatican has been beset by a series of abuse cases that have emerged in Ireland, America, Germany and Austria and it has also faced claims of covering up and protecting offenders.
Speaking at a ceremony in St Peter’s Basilica, Monsignor Scicluna told priests who had gathered at a service for victims to pray for them and for clergy who
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19 May 2010
Don’t remember seeing this in the news, eh?
On board a jet bound for Fatima on May 11, 2010, Pope Benedict XVI answered a question regarding the Third Secret that put him at odds with the ‘official’ Vatican interpretation of the Secret propounded in 2000.
The year 2000 Commentary claims that the consecration of Russia is accomplished, and the prophecy of the Third Secret is completely fulfilled by the 1981 assassination attempt against Pope John Paul … Read the rest...read more
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