Posts Tagged ‘ Love ’

Truth Speaks in Love

Sep 5th, 2012 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Faith can wish to understand because it is moved by love for the One upon whom it has bestowed its consent. Love seeks understanding. It wishes to know ever better the one whom it loves. It “seeks his face,” as Augustine never tires of repeating. Love is the desire for intimate knowledge, so that the […]

On “Christ’s Test of our Orthodoxy” by Pastor Jack W. Sawyer

Jul 29th, 2011 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Jack W. Sawyer Recently I had the pleasure of coming across an article entitled “Christ’s Test of our Orthodoxy” on Ordained Servant, a Journal published by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. I was a member of this denomination for six years, and the title immediately caught my attention. Pastor Jack W. Sawyer’s article can be read […]

Drawn Closer by Scandal?

May 5th, 2010 | By | Category: Blog Posts

My cousin’s husband who also teaches at Auburn came into the Church last week. He had been going to Mass with them but never showed any interest. We asked how he got interested and his answer was that the sermons were so horrible, he knew there must be something else there to make the people […]

The Authority of Divine Love

Jan 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Blog Posts

A few weeks ago we announced an essay contest for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The essays were to answer the following question: “What is it, most fundamentally, that still divides Catholics and Protestants?” They were to locate the fundamental disagreement underlying the other Catholic-Protestant disagreements, explain why it is fundamental, and show […]