A light in the darkness Miserere mei, Deus - Allegri - Tenebrae conducted by Nigel Short https://t.co/GKHfXtwi97— Phillip Blond (@Phillip_Blond) April 3, 2021
Saturday, April 03, 2021
Friday, April 02, 2021
One of the best pieces of choral music sung by @VOCES8 - the best group of choral singers around today. So evocative and emotional, yet tinged with hope. A must listen for today. #GoodFriday Tavener: Song for Athene https://t.co/lmIIjffuGB via @YouTube— Lucy Cooke (@cookelucy0206) April 2, 2021
Check out the beautiful new album from @TheSixteen 'Good night, beloved', which features James' 'Children are a heritage of the Lord', plus much more special choral music.— James MacMillan (@jamesmacm) April 2, 2021
Dogmatic low carbers: *triggered*— Ted ⚡️ Naiman (@tednaiman) March 31, 2021
P:E Dieters: nods and winks. because last we checked, every single bodybuilder is eating a HIGH PROTEIN diet.
p.s. if you haven’t gotten your daily dose of low carb triggering yet be sure to follow @DrNadolsky over on his Instagram 😁👍🏽 pic.twitter.com/k6WsQeIa2h
In celebration of this day, students and staff from The Saint Constantine School, a private, classical, Orthodox Christian school in Houston, TX, bring to life the famous Funeral Oration of Pericleshttps://t.co/w7MZFEwAEZ— Orthodox Observer (@OrthoObserver) April 1, 2021
What hope for the Greek churches in the United States? Co-education has been and continues to be a failure.
HOW TO OVERCOME SADNESS— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) March 31, 2021
Do you feel sad? Something as simple as pressing your head against an icon will make you feel consoled.
Let your room be like a small church with the icons that you like. Be assured that you will always find consolation there...
St Paisios the Athonite pic.twitter.com/uScTcBQFI7
Thanks for posting, @RyanTAnd. Years ago (before I began dying my hair gray😆) Iwas a panelist at a forum we had at Princeton on the question "Who killed Christ?" Incorrect answers to that question have caused grave wrongs and injustices. It's very important to get it right. https://t.co/4rTHhruBbg— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) April 2, 2021
None at all -- in order to avoid putting the blame on anyone, and everyone else who could be blamed is ignored as well, the blame is put on one's self. Would any of us have crucified Christ if we had been there? Maybe not. The Apostles wouldn't have, and certainly the Theotokos wouldn't have. So this sort of casual, almost a feel-good statement in a perverse way, that "I" would have murdered Christ is just wrong. Christ did die so that we may be saved, but that does not entail that we are all equally culpable for murder. But Latin appeasers have to say this in order to avoid assessing historical blame and to make nice with certain non-Christians.
#HongKong— At 89yrs old, @CardJosephZen visits prisons every day. To so many who feel abandoned by the #CatholicChurch in China, he is a lone voice— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) April 2, 2021
He doesn’t associate himself with extremists, and yet a #Vatican official claims he’s grandstanding.
Thursday, April 01, 2021
Sorry, but if after watching this your creep meter is not on red alert you have lost all your internal human warning signal.— Michael Krieger (@LibertyBlitz) April 1, 2021
The entire point of the last year was to put us away and then make us reopen into a Black Mirror episode. If this isn't clear to you by now, you're lost. https://t.co/QtTGlJD6PZ
The premise of my work with @JonHaidt started with "we are teaching a generation the habits of anxious & depressed people" & from research we learned why it would hit women especially hard. But these numbers are much worse than I would've guessed. https://t.co/3ETJh8He4a— Greg Lukianoff (@glukianoff) March 31, 2021
On this day: On April 1, 2003, #HongKong Cantopop superstar Leslie Cheung jumped to his death from the 24th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Hong Kong. He was 46 years old. https://t.co/KNjIVuzjtB pic.twitter.com/3HoH9YvhaS— Hong Kong Free Press HKFP (@hkfp) April 1, 2021
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Media tycoon Jimmy Lai, founding chairman of the Democratic Party Martin Lee, and five other prominent pro-democracy activists have been convicted of organising and taking part in the "unlawful" mass protest in August 2019 against the #extradition bill. https://t.co/2bG6XFJIsl— RTHK English News (@rthk_enews) April 1, 2021
“[T]here is a liberal inability to understand the shift occurring at the magisterial level in the Catholic Church, where the discourse is moving away from ‘pelvic issues’ and toward the crises brought on by globalization and corporatization.” https://t.co/gVRGrXrtmO— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) March 30, 2021
“I’m not indifferent to the threat that ecclesiastical tyranny presents to Catholic intellectual life. But it would be an illusion to think that Catholicism can survive, much less thrive, if we disregard the fate of Catholic academic institutions & the place of theology....”— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) March 30, 2021
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
“Looking back at my own life, the most effective Christian apostolates I have been involved in have been informal events building real friendships with neighbors, events focused on community, faith and scholarship.” https://t.co/wP8AuIjk1C— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) March 30, 2021
Ep 70 - In today’s episode of “you thought you had a tough childhood” I sit down with former Green Beret and combat veteran Sean “Buck”Rogers. He has an incredible story of resilience and making the most of any situation. Sponsored by @jockofuel @resiliencecbd @projectwarpath pic.twitter.com/5akh9Bcio6— Mike Ritland (@MRitland) March 30, 2021
Women have broken many barriers throughout the @USArmy’s history, most recently from joining the combat arms to filling its most senior-level roles.@ChiefUSAR Lt. Gen. Jody Daniels is just one example.— U.S. Army Reserve (@USArmyReserve) March 29, 2021
Read more: https://t.co/UzibAtNPzT#WHM2021 pic.twitter.com/vQG0lWSxS0
How does #ARSOF play a crucial role in preparing Europe's population to fulfill its Total Defense responsibilities? Bryan Groves & Steve Ferenzi share their approach in this article with @RCDefense@1st_SF_Command @WarInstitute @CSIS_Threats— Irregular Warfare Initiative (@IrregWarfare) March 29, 2021
Don't miss the latest episode of the Irregular Warfare Podcast, featuring a conversation about history's masters of irregular warfare—and how to master IW capabilities to meet the challenges of the future. https://t.co/f1khAoj9Qn— Modern War Institute (@WarInstitute) March 29, 2021
On Palm Sunday, Julian Assange, the Australian founder of WikiLeaks who made headlines in 2010 for publishing thousands of confidential US diplomatic documents, received a personal letter from Pope Francis.https://t.co/T9wWxtdk47— Crux (@Crux) March 30, 2021
#Arable farmer Richard Thomas wanted to slow rainwater to ensure sediment & nutrients stayed on the farm & to avoid #floods. This @WoodlandTrust case study outlines environmental & economic benefits of measures introduced, including planting #shelterbelts https://t.co/CTZvKdvezs— Agricology (@agricology) March 30, 2021
In our latest podcast, Patrick Holden and John Sauven discuss the need for large corporations and governments to drive the shift our #FoodSystems so desperately need - rather than pinning the responsibility onto consumers.— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) March 30, 2021
Listen here:https://t.co/lLaflxfD2v @GreenpeaceUK
Sooo if I made a podcast called “Recovering Catholic” where I unpack religious trauma & discuss my beef with the “conventional church” ... would you guys listen??— Katie Pruitt (@KPmusik) March 30, 2021
"Queen of the Mile" is a new video series that puts five new female precision shooters up against each other to shoot out to one mile.— Ballistic Magazine (@BallisticMag) March 30, 2021
And we have the first two episodes available now!
WATCH HERE: https://t.co/wpz9Mhifzo pic.twitter.com/0HEDYrsCRk
During these days, the Church enters into the great meditation of the Lord's Passion. The suffering Christ is present in the person of the poor, the excluded, the sick, the hungry, those who bear the mystery of the cross with Him. #HolyWeek— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) March 29, 2021
Is "those who bear the mystery of the cross with Him" an apposition for "the poor, the excluded, the sick, the hungry," or is it the final noun in a list?
In Latin the meaning is more clean, but so is the error. The poor, the excluyded, the sick, the hungry do not bear the mystery of the Cross with Christ simply because they suffer but because they have already been incorporated in Christ.
His diebus incipit Ecclesia magnam Passionis Domini contemplationem. Christus miser adest in paupere, in derelicto, in aegro, in esuriente, qui mysterium Crucis cum Eo gerit. #HebdomadaSancta— Papa Franciscus (@Pontifex_ln) March 29, 2021
In the 5 years since the Paris Agreement, the world’s 60 biggest banks have financed fossil fuels to the tune of $3.8 trillion. https://t.co/x4FylC8gfa— Local Futures / Economics of Happiness (@localfutures_) March 29, 2021
John Finnis clarifies his argument that abortion is unconstitutional in response to Ed Whelan’s objections. https://t.co/1s3HRPx5ki— First Things (@firstthingsmag) March 30, 2021
Beijing approves changes to the Basic Law to pave for the way for an overhaul of the SAR's electoral system. The people of #HongKong are still waiting to find out exactly what has been decided. https://t.co/rEbFtdSaMu— RTHK English News (@rthk_enews) March 30, 2021
The details of Beijing's electoral reforms for Hong Kong have been announced and it is clear that this is the end of the city's democratic dream.— Hong Kong Watch (@hk_watch) March 30, 2021
Less than a quarter of LegCo seats will be democratically elected and every candidate will be pre-screened.https://t.co/SLdxeDaf0h
Monday, March 29, 2021
Happy #WorldPianoDay! As a baroque ensemble, we don't often feature piano—but here's a rare treat, from our recording of Beethoven's Piano Concerto no. 5 featuring Jos Van Immerseel. What piano music are you playing, or enjoying, to celebrate? 🎹https://t.co/YPqDdIIOtV— Tafelmusik (@Tafelmusik) March 29, 2021
Technocratic society, far from being a liberal civilization, represents the extreme type of conservative despotism in its Western and no longer Eastern form – that is, completely freed from the idea of a spiritual authority.— Augusto Del Noce (@AugustoDelNoce) March 29, 2021
Of course this could be understood in accordance with Latin integralism, with the pope being a manifestation of spiritual authority. But I reject Latin integralism on that point.
Spouse, doing the Lord's work.— Fritz Bauerschmidt (@BauerschmidtC) March 29, 2021
Faculty Profile: Prof. Maureen Sweeney https://t.co/s9I82CV3rG
"[Söderbaum] makes a case for nationalism as non-conservative, with its overemphasis on the nation, at the expense of other communities which are of equal—if not greater—importance, such as the family and the Church." - Br. Augustine Wärnberg https://t.co/HDI6b50t4J @ubookman pic.twitter.com/zkfMtvlSuU— Russell Kirk Center (@KirkCenter) March 29, 2021
“Cows are not the cause of climate change. It’s the way we’ve farmed. But we’re here to show you that it can be done right,” says Blake Alexandre cofounder of the California-based family operation.https://t.co/gHzO06Kvjk— Regeneration International (@regeneration_in) March 28, 2021
My day job includes being an advocate for ruminant animal agriculture and the role of ruminant animal products in human health and flourishing. I'm a blessed man (in SO many ways!). https://t.co/EljAM4VSnV— Peter Ballerstedt (@GrassBased) March 29, 2021
Craftsmanship Can Save the World: The American College of Building Arts (essay by Joseph Pearce) https://t.co/61KVSQgHWV— Winston Elliott III (@WinstonElliott3) March 29, 2021
There is nothing quite like the satisfaction you get from making something with your own hands. Here is a round-up of some our best books to inspire the hidden maker within you: https://t.co/klrFdnP1dT— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) March 28, 2021
Sunday, March 28, 2021
Does civility still matter? In an increasingly polarized age, individuals are grappling with this question. Join a panel of experts in a discussion on civility on April 9th at 12:00pm ET. Register here: https://t.co/FZxQTxXHfv— Initiative on Faith & Public Life (@FPLatAEI) March 26, 2021
hosted by: @baylorinwash & @HumanEcologyCUA
“CBC seems acutely sensitive to how bad the optics are: Cancelling its sole Asian-Canadian show, which is still pulling in an average of 618,000 viewers, replacing it with one built around its lone white featured player, created by the white co-showrunner” https://t.co/iEmK7rfsns— Fr Alexander Laschuk (@byzkanonist) March 27, 2021
This is the problem of the contemporary immigrant Church - before they assimilated civic nationalism, now they assimilate wokeness.
Michel Foucault, intellectual godfather of “woke” ideology, was a pedophile rapist: https://t.co/atUH7DlAiu— John Durant (@johndurant) March 28, 2021
"The French media already knew about Foucault's behaviour. 'There were journalists present on that trip, there were many witnesses, but nobody did stories like that in those days. Foucault was the philosopher king. He’s like our god in France'." https://t.co/IOKcEBiQuZ— Kyle Orton (@KyleWOrton) March 28, 2021
Go get 'em, Thomas W. Carroll. Classical education is the way forward. The Boston Archdiocese is leading/showing the way. Schools can be Catholic, Protestant, other faiths, interfaith, non-sectarian. The key: students critically engaging "the best that has been thought and said." https://t.co/TNvDmq9sbU— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) March 28, 2021