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Saint Peter Canisius, the Second Apostle of Germany

December 21st, is the optional memorial of Saint Peter Canisius (1521-1597) the 16th century Dutch Jesuit priest and Doctor of the Church, who played a major role in the Council of Trent and the Counter Reformation. His extensive writing in theology...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 20, 2016

Memorial of Saint Francis Xavier, Apostle to the East

December 3rd is the feast of Saint Francis Xavier, (1506 - 1552) the 16th century Jesuit missionary known as the Apostle to the East. He converted more people in his life than anyone since the Apostle Paul. He is remembered for his unceasing devotion...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Dec 2, 2016

It was discovered, a new painting by Caravaggio ( Martirio di San Lorenzo )

Martirio di San Lorenzo Photo: icavalieridiarianna.forumfree.itA new painting belonging to the famous Italian painter Caravaggio was discovered in Rome, according to L'Osservatore Romano, the official newspaper of the Vatican.Entitled Marti...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 2, 2016

Church of the Holy Name of Jesus Manchester

The Church of the Holy Name of Jesus is a Grade I listed building on Oxford Road in the university district of Manchester.The church, the largest in Manchester, was built between 1869 and 1871 by architect Joseph Aloysius Hansom (1803-1822), with the...
by Devon Visitor on Apr 3, 2016

Wisdom from the Jesuits: Climate change signals a vapid spirituality

Jamie Today, S.J., displayed Ignatian Spirituality at its finest in his November 15th piece at Ecojesuit, "Healing a broken world from our communities: Thinking and praying on the gift of creation."...
by The Alternative Mainstream on Dec 8, 2014

Catholic Nones

In a recent issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education, an article pondered the future of Catholic universites in an age of nones—those who don’t affiliate with any religious tradition. As with so much in life, the evidence countermands expectati...

3 churches and a basilica: Exploring Bandra’s Christian heritage

It’s a little before 7 on a muggy Saturday morning in March earlier this year. At Bandra’s Basilica of Our Lady of The Mount, otherwise known as Mount Mary, the morning service is in progress. The stalls outside the Basilica … Conti...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 30, 2014

3 churches and a basilica: Exploring Bandra’s Christian heritage

It’s a little before 7 on a muggy Saturday morning in March earlier this year. At Bandra’s Basilica of Our Lady of The Mount, otherwise known as Mount Mary, the morning service is in progress. The stalls outside the Basilica … Conti...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 30, 2014

Old Goa: Of churches, a ruin, a museum and Google Maps

It is nearly 5 pm when we (my friend and I) decide to call it a day at Old Goa or Velha Goa. We have spent a wonderful day in this culturally and historically significant part of Goa by exploring … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 22, 2014

Old Goa: Of churches, a ruin, a museum and Google Maps

It is nearly 5 pm when we (my friend and I) decide to call it a day at Old Goa or Velha Goa. We have spent a wonderful day in this culturally and historically significant part of Goa by exploring … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Aug 22, 2014

churches of bandra

5:30 a.m. and the Mount Mary Basilica opens its doors to the world with bells ringing from its grey stone clad towering twin towers. It’s a beautiful wake up call. Beats any alarm clock any day. :) Bandra’s soul lies in … Continue reading...

Churches of Bandra

5:30 a.m. and the Mount Mary Basilica opens its doors to the world with bells ringing from its grey stone clad towering twin towers. It’s a beautiful wake up call. Beats any alarm clock any day. Bandra’s soul lies in its … Continue reading...

Casa Boix | Inside the house

One of the most beautiful house in the district of QuiapoThe House of Boix, an architectural and heritage jewel at the heart of Manila, was constructed 119 years ago by Don Marciano Teotico. By August 21, 1895 Don Marciano, as what was the law during...
by axl powerhouse production on Mar 13, 2014

The Lame Man

The Lame Man Luther’s Reformation swept over Europe like a flash flood. Most of Germany and Scandinavia became Protestant. England broke with Rome. Switzerland and the Netherlands were largely Protestant, and the Reformation tide rose in France, Au...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jul 30, 2013

dancing with porcupines – (en)

The functions of all living beings are to be born, survive (i.e. nurture and ward off), multiply, and die. We’ll talk about ethics in other moment. What matters now is that selfishness is associated to reproductive function, and cooperativeness...
by Damantigui on May 6, 2013

The Power of a Hero

Never underestimate the influence of your child’s heroes. Sixteen-year-old Francis Xavier moved to France from northern Spain, enrolling in the University of Paris and gained a reputation for being “charming, witty, urbane, athletic, musical, goo...
by Laboring In The Lord on Dec 3, 2012

AFTER 1000 JESUIT RAPISTS: JESUITS DO TO MY MEN AS WITH MICHAEL JACKSON

CAN VIEW THIS AT www.onetruemedia.com UPDATE: It was a Vladimir Putin clone, and not the real Vladimir, who was kidnapped and raped at that Jesuit compound. View my Church of Gail comments for December 14, 2011 at my website, at the link (Part Two) f...
by Church Report – Online on Jul 30, 2012

JESUITS – gadget @ TTS -Ep38- “Liquid Audio Bus!”

www.TheTechStop.net In this episode we start by taking a look at the LiquidFM from Kensington. This little device immediately distinguishes itself from other iPod transmitters by not sucking right out of the box! Seriously though, it overcomes the ma...
by Demi Lovato fan club... on Apr 20, 2012

The Mission of the Jesuits

In a book “Unity of The Churches”, published in 1983, the Jesuit Karl Rahner, top Jesuit of the twentieth century, and Heinrich Fries, Roman Catholic Professor of Ecumenical Theology, laid out a strategy for achieving the unity of the churches un...
by The Little School House on Feb 10, 2012

Haitians Sue Jesuits, Connecticut School Over Aid Worker's Sexual Abuse of Children

(CNN) -- Seventeen more Haitian men are suing a convicted American aid worker and affiliated institutions for sexual abuse they say they suffered while living at a charitable school intended to feed, clothe, educate and house the needy.
by Mslovely's Today Blog on Jan 7, 2012


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