Monthly Archives: July 2012
I have written here before about Philip Rosenbaum, an Eastern Catholic author who also happens to be of a Jewish background. When he is not writing on family and spirituality, Rosenbaum is creating poetry. He has taken up the classic form of the sonnet, … Continue reading
More this week from Richard Calderon: ‘MEMORIALS IN THE SIGHT OF GOD’ – ANAMNESIS The God of Israel is intensely interested in His children, and like all parents He loves to remember milestones in their moral growth, be these moments … Continue reading
Today I would like to share with you the work of a fellow parishioner, Richard Calderon. Richard is studying the Hebrew and other early origins of the Catholic liturgy. Below are some of his findings. BERAKAH – EUCHARIST / EULOGY … Continue reading
Those of you reading this blog regularly know that Orthodox-Catholic ecumenism is my other big interest. A good article on that topic by Father Laurent Cleenewerck, courtesy of Orthocath blog.