Showing posts with label Quotes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Quotes. Show all posts

Spiritual Communion as past and future experience.

[We] must affirm Christ's objective presence in the Eucharist, and must maintain that “Spiritual Communion” is not the same as the Euch...

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Vestments Lost in Translation

Vestments Lost in Translation

Unlimited opportunities for arbitrary choice! Colors durable, strong, and do not argue! Fairy flowers! via Monastic Chasubles - Ackerman...

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ACNA Altar Book

The Draft of the ACNA Altar Book is out, and some are raising a high stink about it , to which the editor gave a great reply (below): PDF ...

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A Simple Argument Against Internet Communion

Fr Brench : The 1549 Prayer Book had a couple other gestures directed which are often used today, but only one survived through the cou...

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Rural is the New "Inner City" For Church Planting

via Rural is the New "Inner City" For Church Planting | C4SO : Forty years ago if people said they wanted to go serve in Africa,...

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What Will the Church Look Like?

Father Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), in a 1969 radio broadcast:  The future of the Church can and will issue from those whose roo...

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Thou Shalt Not Kill

via Unexpected scene in a manga light novel | OrthoCuban : There is a reason why the Orthodox do not approve of war but simply look at it ...

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Sanity of Bishops

Old Russian joke (as told by an OCA bishop): If a young man has a good voice and good mind they make him a deacon. When he loses his voice t...

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On the Prayer Book as Constitution

The prayer book controversies, however, are an illustration of one of the banes of the English speaking world: debating substantive issues b...

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Benedict XVI on Historical-Critical Scholarship

Scripture has been opened up anew by historical-critical scholarship and, I admit, locked up anew as well. It has been opened up anew: thank...

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Liberal Protestant Methodology

This method of reasoning is also vulnerable to the theological and exegetical method of liberal Protestantism: determine the alteration to f...

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A real Christian is an odd number

A real Christian is an odd number anyway. He Feels supreme love for One whom he has never seen, talks familiarly everyday to someone he cann...

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Apophaticism

Apophaticism

The debates are intense! (Old but good meme...)

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On New Age as Consumer Manifest Destiny

From Felicity Carter, former astrologer, in The Guardian : I’d understood organised religion to be something between an embarrassment and an...

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55 Maxims to Christian Living

By Fr Thomas Hopko (via Fr Anthony ) 1. Be always with Christ. 2. Pray as you can, not as you want. 3. Have a keepable rule of prayer that y...

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Tax-exemption 'Benefit'

https://twitter.com/drmoore/status/1185233213163261953

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a (sultry) island of sanity in the vast ocean of western madness

The Fathers thought that the historical level of meaning of the Song of Solomon could be more or less taken as given, and said the allegoric...

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Pope Benedict XVI on Liturgical Dancing

Dancing is not a form of expression for the Christian liturgy. In about the third century, there was an attempt in certain Gnostic-Docetic c...

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Romantic Anglicanism

Romantic Anglicanism

These tendencies I dub the "romantic" and the "classical".  One can briefly sum up the difference between them by say...

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The path to salvation

Here’s the shortest and easiest path to salvation: Be obedient, restrained, don’t judge, and guard your heart and mind against wicked though...

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