Monthly Archives: September 2010

Another Patristics Resource

Wow, they just keep coming!  Soon there will be published yet another “user friendly” resource for the writings of the Early Church Fathers! I just got the following email from Karl Keating, president of Catholic Answers: My debate was a … Continue reading

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Beginning Ignatius’ letter to the Trallians

This week in the JP2 Group we will be continuing our study of the letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch, the third bishop of Antioch. Last week we read his words to the Magnesians where he exhorted them to do nothing without … Continue reading

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New Church Father Resource

As I am sure it has now become clear, I’m a big fan of the Early Church Fathers 🙂 I always try to encourage everyone I know to become familiar with their writings and discover the wisdom they have to pass … Continue reading

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Friday Frivolity: Stephen Colbert Addresses The Nation

I only wish more speeches were this good… (I love the responses of the two people sitting behind him)

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Beginning Ignatius’ letter to the Magnesians

This week in the JP2 Group we will be continuing our study of the letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch, an Early Church Father who died in about 107 AD. Last week we read of his willingness to offer himself in sacrifice, imitating the … Continue reading

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New Patristics Book from Mike Aquilina

Mike Aquilina recently asked on his blog to make this video go viral.   It is the trailer for Mike’s latest book, A Year With The Fathers: Patristic Wisdom For Daily Living.  Well, since one of the aims of this blog … Continue reading

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Friday Frivolity: Inspiration

I thought I would keep it simple this week:    

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