Tag: Christology

Merry Christmas

May the Lord bless you all on this day as we recall when the Bread of Life, with which the Good Shepherd feeds His sheep, was placed in a manger (a trough for animal feed) and the faithful said to one another, “Come. Let us adore Him.”.

Next Catholic Carnival

I have a suggestion for the next Catholic Carnival theme. Jollyblogger (the nice Protestant fellow who first inspired in the me the strong desire for a carnival for Catholics) is calling for submissions for the second Carnival of the Reformation. I think we should focus CathCarn #9 on that topic and submit our entire carnival …

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Conversations on the Catechism: "I Believe in Jesus Christ, the Only Son of God"

Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂 It’s time again to discuss another section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. My previous attempts at this have met with deafening silence, but I think I have more Protestant readers now, so maybe I’ll get more comments this time. What we’ve covered so far: "I Believe" – "We Believe" (CCC …

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Signs and Ceremonies: The Redemption

The following is from Teaching Truths by Signs and Ceremonies or The Church, Its Rites and Services Explained for the People by Rev. Jas. L. Meagher (1882, New York: Russel Brothers). “[T]he Redemption was really and truly of infinite value, an infinite price, not like the Pelagians and Socinians said, for these taught that Christ …

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Signs and Ceremonies: The Incarnation

The following is from Teaching Truths by Signs and Ceremonies or The Church, Its Rites and Services Explained for the People by Rev. Jas. L. Meagher (1882, New York: Russel Brothers). "Let us understand well and clearly the mystery of the Incarnation. If you say that he united himself to man in such as way …

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