Video interview with Larry Chapp and Zac Crippen on his show “Creedal.” Topic: Traditionis Custodes.
Linked below is the video. I think it was a good conversation and I hope many of you will find it helpful. My apologies for not having posted a new blog post since my little essay on the “hermeneutics of the abyss.” I have been busy putting the final touches on some book proposals for
Linked below is the podcast. It is on YouTube and for some reason the actual interview doesn’t start right away. There is a lengthy countdown that you have to scroll past.
Linked below is my latest podcast with Kale Zelden. This time it is on the podcast he does with Rod Dreher. Rod is out of town so I was asked to stand in. I was happy to do so! We discuss all kinds of things…. https://general-eclectic.libsyn.com/the-general-eclectic-podcast-27-maps-and-terrains-ideas-and-realities
Joseph Ratzinger, in his marvelous book, “Introduction to Christianity,” speaks about Saint Thérèse of Lisieux and her temptations to atheism and despair. And all of these temptations came despite the fact that her entire life was framed by, and formed within, the matrix of a nurturing Catholic culture and family. Ratzinger states, in a quote worthy of
Blog Master’s note: As I put the finishing touches on my next blog post on the recent motu proprio from Pope Francis I got this wonderful and delightful essay from my Australian friend and reader of this blog Phillipa Martyr. She is a widely published author and I am fortunate she has allowed me to
This was a fun podcast and Father Harrison is fantastic. I will be posting a new blog post tomorrow on the recent Motu Proprio, but until then enjoy the podcast!
About a month ago, right before I left on vacation, Dr. Ralph Martin responded on his blog to my recent post on his irresponsible accusations against Adrienne von Speyr and Hans Urs von Balthasar. I had decided not to answer him since his blog post is a short one and isn’t much of a response at
By Dr. Larry Chapp “And from the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent bear it away.” Matthew 11:12 In his book “The Strangest Way,” Bishop Robert Barron recounts a story about the Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain. Maritain had a Jewish wife and so was alarmed at
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