Arianism 15 May 2019

Arianism Arius (Areios) (260, Líbia - 336, Konstantinápoly) püspök, az arianizmus tanának szellemi létrehozója. See page for author [Public domain] Arianism is a nontrinitarian Christological doctrine which asserts the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who was begotten by God the Father at a point in time, a creature distinct from the [...]

Saints for May 15 2019

Saint Dymphna St. Dymphna Patron of those suffering for nervous and mental afflictions Dymphna was born in Ireland sometime in the seventh century to a pagan father and devout Christian mother. When she was fourteen, she consecrated herself to Christ and took a vow of chastity. Soon afterward, her mother died and her father - who [...]

1 May Greek Orthodox Church

The Greek Orthodox Church shares most of its Feasts with that of the Russians - today is added. Nikiforos the Monk of Chios, Synaxis of the Three New Righteous Martyrs of the Holy Mountain, Euthymius, Ignatius, and Acacius, Asaph, Bishop of Wales Nikiforos the Monk of Chios St. Nikephoros the Leper (+ January 4th, 1964) (picture [...]

1 May Russian Orthodox church

The oldest known icon of Christ Pantocrator, encaustic on panel (Saint Catherine's Monastery). The two different facial expressions on either side may emphasize Christ's two natures as fully God and fully human.[6][7] Fast Free | No fasting restrictions.Today we commemorate Renewal Wednesday Jeremias the Prophet New Martyr Maria of Fourna, Mirabella in CreteTamara (Tamar), Queen of Georgia  View all for May 1  Epistle [...]

Easter Vigil at Well of Saint Jacoba

Last evening the Community of Christ our Hope celebrated the Easter Vigil Service. Encompassing the bringing of the light as we all lit our candles from the Pascal Candle. Followed by the readings, homily and Holy Communion. Present were Bishop Peter, Graham, Jessica and Rev Br. Andrew Blair, a small group because many of our [...]

Jesus’ Death: Weekly Summary — Center for Action and Contemplation

From media files Saturday, April 20, 2019 Jesus’ Death: Weekly Summary Theme: Jesus’ DeathTags: David WhytedeathJesusJurgen MoltmannLovepoetrypracticePresenceSufferingAuthor: Fr. Richard Rohr, OFMFriday, April 19, 2019 Jesus’ Passion Theme: Jesus’ DeathTags: death Jesus John Dominic Crossan justice Kingdom of God Marcus Borg Nonviolence Reign of God SinAuthor: Fr. Richard Rohr, OFM https:  //  cac.org/  jesus-passion-2019-04-19/ Source: - Please place in browser and close [...]

Our Lenten journey culminates in the vigil’s powerful catechesis | National Catholic Reporter

Photo by Bill WittmanIn 2005 and 2004 the homilies given here for late Lent were something of a summons to the assembly to fulfill their right, duty and need to take part in the liturgies of the Triduum, always hoping that those liturgies would be done in their fullness, with the full, conscious and very [...]

Passion Sunday

The Last Sunday in Lent In the Roman Rite the name "Passion Sunday" has never been officially applied to the sixth Sunday of Lent in spite of the reading at the Mass of that day of an account in one of the Synoptic Gospels of the Passion of Christ.Up until 1954, the name of the [...]

St. Severian 21 Feb. Bishop of Scythopolis

February 21st - As bishop of Scythopolis, Palestine (Bet She'an, Israel), Severian zealously defended the teachings of the Church at the Council of Chalcedon in 451, refuting the Monophysite heretics who denied that Christ had two natures (divine and human). The council defined the dogma that Christ is both true God and true man. About [...]