This just goes to show you how much better Luther was than his lackeys, you know, Calvin and that Zwinugil Zinger Zwinger Zapper, no, well, then, that Zwingli feller. Some of the Reformers threw out the baby with the bathwater: Sermon for the First Sunday in Lent; Matthew 4:1-11 A sermon by Martin Luther from […]
Lent is based upon the forty days of ‘x’ found in Scripture. It is not just the forty days spent in the Wilderness by Christ, but we find as well that particular length of time is important to the Scriptural narrative: Noah: Seven days from now I will make the rains pour down on the […]
leave them alone. Today is actually a solemnity and the normal rules concerning fasting from meat during Lent do not apply. To read the actual canon from the Code of Canon Law, check it out HERE.
This is a tragic update: Over the weekend, I read the Kansas City Star story about the parents of Jeremiah Candler, the 4-month-old baby who starved to death in mid-November. The Jackson County Medical Examiner ruled the baby’s death a homicide, and the baby’s parents, Nick and Rebecca Candler (pictured), were charged with their son’s […]
From what I understand, yesterday 27 January, was the day that John Chrysostom was commemorated by those that do such things. Not wanting to appear like this – as I am quite the iconoclastic individual, revering neither saint, memory nor image, but still seeking to express my admiration of the Golden Mouth, here is something […]