Monday, April 25, 2005

Two Grey Sisters from Aarschot (see story below). They were a diocesan congregation founded in 1655 by Maria Fabri of Diest. They still have a house in Rillaar. They are called Grey Sisters on account of the colour of their choir dress. Posted by Hello

The reality

of ecumenical partnership.

"Following a recent sermon by Canon Michael Kennedy in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, when he said that Canon Hilary Wakeman’s book, Saving Christianity, would have been better called Abandoning Christianity (report, last week), the Gazette asked Canon Wakeman for her views on those fundamental Christian doctrines which Canon Kennedy had identified in questioning her theological judgement: the incarnation, the atonement, the resurrection and the Trinity"

Should Rome sign an ecumenical agreement with Canon Kennedy or with Canon Wakeman?

Convent of the Holy Sepulchre, Baden-Baden, Germany

closed 2003.

The auction raised 200,000 euro. 380 years end like this.
St Peter enthroned with four angels, one on the left bearing the Keys, one on the left bearing the Tiara. Carving supporting the pulpit in the Parish Church of Mol, Belgium. May St Peter pray for the new Pope! Posted by Hello