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Thursday, November 22, 2007

Ecumenical protest

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against a carbon monoxide pipeline. All very good, I am sure, but what has it got to do with Catholicism where and if a chemical works wants to build a pipeline.

Faith of Our Fathers

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A concert from years gone by in once Catholic Ireland


And some educational material for Archbishop Marini, now he is in charge of Eucharistic Congresses and then follows the opening of the concert.


There are another eight videos, among them.

Lead Kindly Light by Cardinal Newman


Various Marian hymns



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The edifying themes of Mass

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in the Catholic High School Community in Vienna

Adventzeit 07. Drei Abende von Studenten für Studenten.
(Three Evenings by Students for Students- self-regarding modernists if there ever were!)

27.11. "The Unexpectable, the only hope!"

04.12. "Shit happens?!" Warum gerade mir? (why exactly me?)

11.12. "Somebody wants you!" Eine Berufung (A vocation!)

Start jeweils um 20.00 Uhr in der Cafeteria der KHG.
Um 19.00 Uhr Hl. Messe mit einführender Predigt zum Thema.
At 19,00 Holy Mass with an introductory sermon on the theme.

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Pope prepares

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as Anglican haemorrhage begins

Goodnight Canterbury but good morning Rome.
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John Henry Crosby is determined to revive interest in the thought of philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand.

First persuaded by von Hildebrand’s reasoned arguments for the necessity of beauty, Crosby soon was caught up by the story of the philosopher’s heroic fight against Nazism and communism and his suspense-filled flight to freedom. The notion of a “brave philosopher” willing to put his life on the line for the truth inspired him.
“I’ll be involved with this until the day I die,” said Crosby, 29.
His enthusiasm for von Hildebrand is shared by none other than Pope Benedict XVI. As a priest in Munich in the 1950s, Father Joseph Ratzinger attended one of the lectures von Hildebrand often gave on his summer visits to Europe. The subject was “beauty.”

“The joy and freshness of [von Hildebrand’s] understanding of Catholic doctrine were contagious,” Cardinal Ratzinger wrote in 2000 in the foreword to The Soul of a Lion, Alice’s von Hildebrand’s biography of her late husband.

Cardinal Ratzinger believed the “transcendent beauty of truth” that had captured von Hildebrand’s heart was the “same love for the beauty of truth” that later led him to embrace and defend the magisterium’s teaching on birth control. He did so in a small volume originally titled The Encyclical “Humanae Vitae:” An Essay on Birth Control and Catholic Conscience, reprinted by Sophia Institute Press as Love, Marriage and the Catholic Conscience (currently out of print).

Characterizing von Hildebrand as “a man captivated by the splendor of truth,” Cardinal Ratzinger wrote: “I am personally convinced that, when, at some time in the future, the intellectual history of the Catholic Church is written, the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand will be most prominent among the figures of our time.”

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Somone should tell these Francisans

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1.That Gregorian chant is environmentally friendly- no electricity no sound system.
2. The sixties are over.


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