Thursday, August 15, 2013

Archaeologism, Mithraism, Labor and More on USC!

Good day and Blessed Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady! Please enjoy these recent articles from the Unam Sanctam Catholicam website! Please help this website by reading and sharing these articles with your friends.

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Novena to St. Bernard: Great way to prepare for this great saint's feast on August 20th.
What is archaeologism? Why Pius XII thought the modern fad of "returning to the sources" was such a dangerous train of thought.

On the Subjective and Objective Ends of Work: What is it about the West's approach to labor and value that leads to such excessive materialism? John Paul II explains it as an inversion of values relating to the philosophical understanding of human work.

Should we adopt the orans posture during the Our Father?: Another quod libet that pops up in the Novus Ordo; why this gesture is a liturgical aberration.

Christianity and Mithraism: Examining the common accusation that Christianity borrowed from Mithraism; in fact, it was most likely the other way around.

Explaining Indulgences (video): A 13 minute video explaining the history and doctrine of indulgences. Great for explaining the teaching to Protestants or ignorant Catholics.

Movie Reviews

Wolverine (2013)
The Conjuring (2013)
Pacific Rim (2013)

Sancti Obscuri

St. Emilian the Confessor
St. Kilian of Iniscaltra

Bulletin Inserts

Sunday Rest
Vatican II and Latin

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