Papal Inversions, Music for Holy Week: In Monte Oliveti, So Who are the Bigots? and Much More!
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| Posted 3/29/13 at 1:01 AM
Papal Inversions by Thomas J. Neal Ph. D. of the Neal Obstat Theological Opining blog - Big Pulpit
Music for Holy Week: In Monte Oliveti – Nathaniel Peters, First Things/First Thoughts
So Who are the Bigots? – Foxfier, The American Catholic
Victoria’s First Lamentation for Maundy Thursday – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement
Beauty, Part 2: Modesty – Sean Connolly, Ignitum Today
The Mysterium Fidei and Gethsemane – Romano Guardini, The Catholic Thing
Appetites vs. Hierarchy of Needs – Jared Tomanek, Catholic Stand
Pange Lingua – Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café
The Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Debate - Big Pulpit
Golgatha: The Word Symbolizes A Beautiful Reality! – Taylor Marshall PhD, Canterbury Tales
Beauty and Tradition Unmask Nihilistic Modernity – Nikos Salingaros, Crisis Magazine
Banish All Guitars and Pianos from Church – Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, Corpus Christi Watershed
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