September 22, 2019

DOC # 2 ERRORS OF MODERNISM as a Religious Philosophy

City insert on Continental Philosophers – A quick reference to the art of philosophy popular during Pius X. Continental philosophy is a set of 19th- and 20th-century philosophical traditions from mainland Europe.[1][2] This sense of the term originated among English-speaking philosophers in the second half of the 20th century, who used it to refer to […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 15

Chapter 103. Interpretation of the Expression in (1Tim2:4) “Who Will Have All Men to Be Saved.” Accordingly, when we hear and read in Scripture that, “He will have all men to be saved,” (1Tim2:4), although we know well that all men are not saved, we are not on that account to restrict the omnipotence of […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 8

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 6

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 4

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo: (354-430AD) Ch.#25-32 The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 2

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

UNPLANNED – Opens 03 29 2019

(written by Olivia Summers, aclj.org/pro-life/pro-life ) copied here to aid petition drive. Catholic edits cityofGod.blog Pro-Life Movie Exposing the Truth About Planned Parenthood and Abortion Receives “R” Rating for “Violence” CCC: 2270 Abortion: Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception. From the first moment of existence, a human being […]

“Bloody 14 / 9” catholic heretics, “Lost souls of the Death SITH” – Vote – “NAE”

Life Bills on Senate floor, in 2019. Heretics voted to profane the Body of Christ Lumen Gentium #38. Each individual layman must stand before the world as a witness to the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and a symbol of the living God. City of God.blpg : ORTHODOXY: Voting your Catholic Conscience: CCC […]

#7 WISDOM of MYSTICAL CITY OF GOD – Maria Agreda, Spain

Mystery – “Wisdom”, “Sophia”, “Be Attentive” Happy they who find it, and blessed they who shall appreciate its value, rich they who shall come upon this treasure, and blessed and very wise those who shall search into and shall understand its marvels and hidden mysteries. I desire to make known to mortals how much intercession […]

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