RORATE CÆLI: Conference on Amoris Laetitia: The Need for Consistency between Magisterium and Tradition

Now, these five questions have put the Pope in a stalemate. If he were to answer them by denying the Tradition and the Magisterium of his predecessors, he would pass to being formally heretical, so he cannot do it. If instead he were to answer them in harmony with the previous Magisterium, he would contradict a great part of the doctrinally relevant actions taken during his pontificate, so it would be a very difficult choice. He, therefore, chose silence because, humanly speaking, the situation can appear to have no way out.

Source: RORATE CÆLI: Conference on Amoris Laetitia: The Need for Consistency between Magisterium and Tradition

If you haven’t already done so, please (Click on the above link and) read this paper carefully. It is excellent and by far the clearest critique of Amoris Laetitia and its relevance to the Doctrine of the Church that I have read. If you have glanced at it, but thought it a bit long to read in detail, please give it another go and read it thoroughly.

Stand up, sit down, turn around, ‘The Mass is ended, go in peace’… | Cantate Domino

One could rite a Screwtape letter along these lines: ‘My Dear Screwtape, prevent them from meditating on the sacrifice of the cross at all costs. Punctuate every sixty seconds with an imposed change of posture or a demanded response. ‘

Source: Stand up, sit down, turn around, ‘The Mass is ended, go in peace’… | Cantate Domino

Turin Shroud Replica at Immaculate Heart – Immaculate Heart

The last of our 2017 Lenten talks was given by the incredibly talented friend of the parish, Mr Henry Creechan who has made a life size replica of the Shroud of Turin. After the 6pm Low Mass the Replica and another smaller image were blessed while the schola sang Pergolesi’s ‘Stabat Mater’ and Palestrina’s ‘Adoramus Te Christe’. Afterwards we enjoyed supper together in a packed hall before Henry’s fascinating presentation on the topic of the Shroud. The whole evening ended in the most perfect way- Solemn Latin Compline (Traditional Night Prayer) by candlelight before the illuminated shroud image. Thanks to Mr Creechan for bringing so much blessing by his talents and to Fr Morris for facilitating the event and for conducting the liturgies so beautifully. The Shroud will remain at IHOM for the next two weeks.

Source: Turin Shroud Replica at Immaculate Heart – Immaculate Heart