Tag Archives: st athanasius

Holy Week Forecast: Easter Morning Will Dawn

From the National Catholic Register: Holy Week is not holy because of the palms Catholics wave on Palm Sunday. Nor is it holy because of the songs we sing on Holy Thursday, the quiet we keep on Good Friday, or … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

St Athanasius Against the World

by Fr Steve Grunow “The Eternal Word, the Son, was in no way degraded by receiving a human and mortal body. Rather, he deified what he put on; and more than that, he bestowed the gift of his divinity upon … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Holy Father: True authority is humble service in love (Angelus today in Rome)

In his Angelus reflections this week Pope Benedict XVI spoke of Sunday’s Gospel where we hear how the unclean spirit recognizes Jesus as the “Holy One of God”. He also marked World Leprosy Day, joined his prayers to the International … Continue reading

Posted in Pope Benedict | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment