The Use of Talking

There is no end of things in the heart.

The Rex Mottram Memorial Quiz

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The living [pope] is more important to us than a dead [pope].

The [pope] will never lead the church astray.

The [pope] is not limited by men’s reasoning.

The two groups who have the greatest difficulty in following the [pope] are the proud who are learned and the proud who are rich.

The [pope] . . . follow [him] and be blessed—reject [him] and suffer.

Is this the latest from Archbishop Scicluna of Malta? From Fr. Antonio Sparafucile, SJ? From Archbishop Bessame Tucho? First correct answer receives the coveted Brass Figlagee with Bronze Oak Leaf Palms. No googling, please.

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Written by hans castorp

February 12, 2017 at 2:48 pm

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  1. One of the most under-appreciated of Fr Henri de Lubac’s works is his La postérité spirituelle de Joachim de Flore, in my opinion: I have sometimes wondered if P Bergoglio SJ read that and drew the wrong conclusions from his reading, tsk. “Montanus sits on the throne of Peter.”

    Glad I saw you on Twitter and have found your blog.

    Marc

    July 22, 2018 at 10:06 pm

    • Thanks so much! As you can see, I haven’t been keeping the blog up, but I’m so frustrated now that I’ve got some new stuff in mind.

      hans castorp

      July 27, 2018 at 3:25 pm


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