[iframe style=»border:none» src=»http://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/2934160/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/no/theme/legacy» height=»100″ width=»480″ scrolling=»no» allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] Second part of a workshop sharing with catechists and catechetical leaders the history and theology, team formation and best catechetical practices for infant baptism sessions. Check out this episode!
Because of their immense focus on their preaching mission, an understanding of Dominican spirituality naturally entails a knowledge of their history. The Order of Preachers had its beginnings in the early thirteen century. Dominic was born around the year 1170 in Castile. His father was Felix de Gusman and his mother Jeanne d’Aza. Dominic followed […]
The first Ecumenical Council of Nicea was convened in 325 to combat the pernicious Arian heresy. The heresiarch Arius believed that Jesus was the first-born of all creatures, exalted to divinity, rather than truly God, as had been the orthodox belief. What began as a theological dispute soon grew to include political issues not connected […]
Another great change that was called for during the Second Vatican council was the call for greater participation of the laity in all aspects of living the faith. In my admittedly limited knowledge of history, clericalism was something that slowly build up over time and reached a high point after the Council of Trent. When […]
When the Council opened in October 11th, 1962, the first subject to be treated was the liturgy. By this time, the preparatory commission and the council fathers had the advantage of being able to draw from the expertise on liturgical matters from the liturgical movement. In fact, since 1948, Pius XII had established a liturgical […]