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Progressive Catholics Despair

OK. Ok. Reading CMR recently, one can get pretty easily get a “we’re all heading to Hell in a handbasket” feeling pretty easily. But today I’m going to lighten your load a wee bit and suggest that we might just… Continue Reading →

Without A Pope: Orthodoxy & Unity

I found this very interesting. The following is an excerpt of the remarks of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew at the Synaxis of the Heads of Orthodox Churches. It is a little long, but stick with me. And now, beloved brothers in… Continue Reading →

What Matters is What is Revered

Much has been made about the rapprochement between Catholics and the Orthodox following the Catholic-Orthodox meeting last month in Ravenna that agreed the Pope was the leading prelate of Christianity. Of course, this is just the beginning of the many… Continue Reading →

Catholic, Orthodox Churches To Unite?

A joint commission working to heal the 1,000-year split between the Catholic and Orthodox churches has agreed that the Pope has primacy over all bishops. This is a very good thing. There are still come disagreements over just what that… Continue Reading →

Christian Unity: A Long Way to Go

George Weigel has a piece on Catholic Exchange which suggests that the divide between the Catholics and the Orthodox may be much wider than we care to admit. In support of this claim he relates the reaction of the monasteries… Continue Reading →

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