Daily Archives: May 30, 2016

Divine Love Is ‘Supra-Rational’

By David Torkington When I first decided to spend my life searching for God I visited the great Carthusian monastery, St Hugh’s Charterhouse, Parkminster in Sussex with the intention of living the enclosed eremitical life. I was deeply impressed and … Continue reading

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Goals for Faithful Catholics in this time of confusion

Posted on 30 May 2016 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on Fr Z’s Blog: A theologian friend feeds me stuff which I occasionally share here with some editing and editorializing. Perpend: Cardinal Raymond Burke gave a talk in Rome on May 7. I couldn’t attend, … Continue reading

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Hibernian Rovers

The world owes a huge debt to the sons and daughters of Ireland who ventured forth into the unknown to spread the Gospel therewith. These brave souls were all filled with the same spirit that filled their spiritual mentor St Paddy. … Continue reading

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Grave Matters

I am of an age and physical condition that I have to constantly think about my lacking of  a future, at least in this world. I am currently drafting my last will and testament, and putting my finances in order. … Continue reading

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