Daily Archives: 26 September 2014

Malicious email from nefarious ne’er-do-wells

I spotted this via a Tweet by Patrick Madrid.  While you are at it, would you please follow me on Twitter? At PC Magazine there are some tips to spotting malicious email. I get a lot of email.  A LOT. … Continue reading

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Why “oikonomia” isn’t a solution for divorced and civilly remarried.

Italian writers have finally gotten to the section by Archbp. Cyril Vasil, SJ, in The Book, that is, the “Five Cardinals” book in defense of the Catholic teaching on marriage. Available now in the UK: HERE  Archbishop Vasil is Secretary of … Continue reading

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When inculturation is wrong: “whoring after ephemeral relevance, a prostitution to the present age”

Over at Corpus Christi Watershed there is a good piece by Prof. Peter Kwasniewski of Wyoming Catholic College about inculturation. Inculturation is unavoidable.  Inculturation has given us magnificent benefits.  If you want a good example of great inculturation try: Baroque. … Continue reading

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