Latin On The Rise

By Jon|September 25, 2012|Language, News Commentary|

Understanding where you came from is part of understanding who you are and where you can/are going. When that history is locked in a language that fewer and fewer people know, it becomes more valuable. Study Latin, particularly if you are a seminarian (actually according to Canon law, it's not even an option: “Can. 249 The Charter of Priestly Formation is to provide that the students are not only taught

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Bringing Catholic Back-Church Militant

By Jon|September 20, 2012|Catholicism|

Battle for the Core highly supports and identifies with this video as it doesn't support this idea that Christ calls the meek to be weak: Those who say that the Church should not be triumphant sometimes know what they are talking about, but most of the time they don't. The statement “Triumphaism is wrong” is too broad because part of the Church is indeed triumphant—the Church triumphant and we should

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What Do I Do for Serra?

By test|September 10, 2012|Personal, to be moved|

In the latest edition of Serra Connects I have written a bit more about what my position at Serra International consists of. I have copied it below. Serra’s Third Objective and the Internet In 1934, four Catholic businessmen, Harold Haberle, Daniel Rooney, Leo Sharkey and Richard Ward would begin what was to become known as Serra International or more recently as “Serra”. They organized weekly luncheon meetings for professional men

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