Tag Archives: Aquinas

Who Was Conceived By The Holy Ghost

In this episode we begin our study of Article III of the Catechism “Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost”. Of particular interest is the fact that although every act of God that is extrinsic to Himself proceeds from the … Continue reading

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Day 14: The Significance and Suitability of the Name “Jesus”

In this episode we read from The Catechism of the Council of Trent concerning the significance and pre-eminent suitability of the name “Jesus” as applied to the God Man, the son or Mary. Additionally, we explore St Thomas Aquinas’ explanation … Continue reading

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Day 13 And in Jesus Christ His Only Son Our Lord

In this episode we discuss the opening treatment of the second Article of Faith in the Catechism of the Council of Trent: The advantages and necessity of this article of Faith. Additionally, we take a brief look at the Summa … Continue reading

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Day 8: I believe in God “The Father”

In today’s episode we discuss four reason why creatures might call their creator “Father.”

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Day 7: Credo in “Unum Deum”

In today’s excursion in the Catechism of the Council of Trent we discuss the first article of the Creed further, with particular emphasis on why we believe in one God.

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Day Six: I Believe “in God”

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Day Five: The First Word in the Creed “Credo”

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Why Has Education Collapsed?

Over the course of my thirty years as an unwitting member of a loosely knit community that might even amount to a ‘movement’-an education reform movement-I have certainly met many whom I feel fortunate to call friends, who care deeply … Continue reading

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How Does Anyone Love the Lord God With the Whole Mind?

In this last Sunday’s Gospel we hear, You shall love the Lord, your God,with all your heart,with all your soul,and with all your mind. Now I think most people are familiar with the first two thirds of this injunction- we … Continue reading

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Slow down, you move too fast!

The lazy hazy days of summer are here and I can’t think of more appropriate advice to give anyone than that which Friar Laurence gave to Romeo: ROMEO O, let us hence; I stand on sudden haste. FRIAR LAURENCE Wisely … Continue reading

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