Thursday, 05 November

21:01

His personality as the God-man. [Dom Donald's Blog]

me  William Comments 
Thank you, Wiliam.
Just working at the Gmail accessing the new avenue.
Brendan sending for tomorrow Mass. Don.
Dear Father Donald,
I did so enjoy this excerpt of K Adams, and for me the key phrase on the Eucharist must be:
Jesus shares with His disciples His most intimate possession, the most precious thing that He has, His own self, His personality as the God-man.Thank you!
With my love in Our Lord,
William
[Hoping that this may reach you via gmail]

20:39

One Very Long Poem About the Relentless March of Time, or JOB’s Yang Answers Jobe’s Ying… [Korrektiv]

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Immortalia ne speres, monet annus et almum
Quae rapit hora diem.
-Horace; Odes (IV:7)

I
Month to month like threads laid crosswise at widths
Make a weave of season’s textures
Which interchange with each pulling away
Almost nightly, or when divinity
Comes to visit, whether for suspect or
Noble reasons, to hear the cantos
A Penelope or an Arachne
Might string along – to hear, in day’s small chambers,
In week and fortnight houses, in months’ mansions,
The estate of years – to hear and cherish
Sorrow or joy and the shadows between
As if they were different slants of a sunbeam
Registering climates on the hand in key, pitch and tone
– To hear major silences in sullen grey,
The slog and sleet which are rests and stops,
The forecast and unforeseen, the genius
Behind their miraculous compositions:
And then, to undo it all, and start again;
This is not to fear from month to month, but to know
That all things are timely, all lengths enclosed by time,
And if we ourselves are plucked from the skein,
Our patterns are finished for us by God. . .
But there is more to a month than its weather –
There is its measure of soul, embedded
In every month and

II
                                     moment come to pass:
January of the gelid-eyed, blue-glass
Fastens her doorway-gaze to year’s impasse.
February, whose feverish twist of lips
Is an icicle wrapped in cotton strips.
March blasts the world with an organ chord;
He is Spring’s protectorate and warlord.
That thin lily of frail sweetness, April
Is ephemeral as her days, yet just as cruel.
May, the matron of heaven’s angel-choir,
Fulfilling spring with first signs of summer.
June, the simple seed, the simple vintage,
Simple flower and fruit in summer’s montage.
But July whom I knew, loved and drank to,
Inebriates me with a stronger brew.
August, the emperor of summer’s time
Prefigures the goldenrod past its prime.
September stands in sad nobility
With crumbling arches of elm and oak tree.
October, too, holds honor with a breath –
Each pile of leaves that burns with sweetest death.
November, the minor chord of sorrowing,
Arrears the land for all its borrowing.
And, though full of dead weathers, December
Lives on a poor child’s hope to remember
Yearly redemption

III
                                      through reparation.
Who knows if Jamie Wyeth meant these things?
Paintings are to the poet what God is to negation,
That is, the only way for either to entertain with voices,
To give voice at all, is by blocking out
What is true for all seasons. What remains,
The differentiae, is the only act of fidelity
Required. What remains is a little space
To work out the admixture of colors,
Taking on Penelope’s suit, as if I were another
Brazen and horny-handed suitor unconcerned
About the finished product. But it’s the colors
Flayed by day in the dusty sun or cooled
By the subterranean shelter
Of a root-cellar which reveal the design.
Go then, my rhythms, like the susurrus
Of unreeling yarn, with a Greekness and a Romaness.
Call down Athena to attest to grace that will endow
My words with sight: January is a god, February, a fever,
March, another god, April, fructified light,
May, pure as pears, June, empirically wedded to July,
August, downfall of empire’s misplaced calendar.
September is boding virtue’s crop, October’s octave
Is prayer dinning in the ear of barren November,
Fulfilled through all, the incarnate words of December.

20:21

Two Very Short Poems about the Relentless March of Time [Korrektiv]

A Winter’s View of Autumn
Following September, orange October guided
November, bister and more sobersided.

The Present Moment
Forever severing and pari passu
Gathering everything old and new.

19:36

Catholicism and Evolution: not so compatible after all? [CatholicCulture.org - In Depth Analysis of Catholic Issues]

Recall your frustration when the media reported Pope Francis’s remarks in favor of evolution as though they represented a total reversal of the Church’s teaching on the subject. Sheer annoyance with the media is enough to explain why educated Catholics responded by emphasizing that this is nothing new; that belief in evolution was explicitly deemed permissible way back when by Pius XII.

19:19

The Economics of Heaven: The 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time [The Sacred Page]

In this 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Church calls us to look more deeply at reality, beyond simply conventional wisdom toward the dawning life of the world to come. In the new world, there is a different economic system, one in which self-giving generosity, no matter how meager in the eyes of this age, is able to generate a fantastic return on one’s investment. This dynamic is mysterious

17:49

The Obedience of Athanasius & Fall Articles [Unam Sanctam Catholicam]

I apologize for the infrequency of my posts as of late; we spent the summer showing our house and then moved in September and are still getting settled in, so things are chaotic. But I did want to draw your attention to some articles published on the sister site over the past several months. 

Many of you mentioned interest in an article on the life of St. Athanasius. I would like to direct you to this article, "The Obedience of St. Athanasius." While I do not offer comparisons or commentary on any contemporary persons or groups, I attempt to demonstrate in this article that St. Athanasius was never disobedient to any legitimate ecclesiastical authority, never defied or "ignored" the pope, and is hardly a model to be appealed to for 'justified disobedience.' It is long, but I think worth the read if you have ever invoked Athanasius in this sort of context. I also have a PDF version of the article.

If you want to keep up with articles coming from the sister site on a more regular basis, I recommend following us on our Unam Sanctam Catholicam Facebook page.

Here are some recent articles from the website, going back to mid-summer:

Philippine Bishop: "Stop Homily Abuse!": An important Filipino primate admonishes against long, tendentious, boring homilies. 
Innocent III: Ten Reasons Why a Man Should Not Get Married: Greatest medieval pope attempts to discourage men from marriage. Hilarity ensures.
Why is Masturbation a Sin? Why masturbation is in fact sinful as well as some practical tips on overcoming this vice.
Canonizations: Old vs. New Comparison: Featuring a chart with a side-by-side comparison of the procedures of pre-Vatican II canonizations to today.
Life in Medieval Cluny: The influence, plan, and organization of the influential medieval French abbey of Cluny.
Balthasar and the Faith of Christ: Balthasar asserts that Jesus experienced faith, ignorance, and even positive error. This man is not a model of orthodoxy.
Anselm Contra Greeks: St. Anselm answers Greek accusations about the Filioque; from de processione Spiritus Sancti
Slick's Not-So-Slick Questions for Catholics: Our apologist Wes Hunt refutes Protestant pastor Matt Slick's inane "Questions for Catholics."

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17:15

Fr. Aelred Graham OSB and Thomas Merton [Dom Donald's Blog]

Aelred Graham        Thomas Merton
 Night Office Readings,
Monastic Lectionary of the Divine Office, 
THIRTY-FIRST WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME
Thursday 05/11/2015
_ Second Reading   From Zen Catholicism by Aelred Graham

An ethical code imposed from without can lead to a merely legalistic system of morality, an adherence to the letter of the law at the expense of its spirit. These possibilities were well understood by the Hebrew prophets. The greatest of them foresaw a time when people would no longer be obeying God's law as in compliance to directives from above; that law would not even have to be told them by others; it would be known by people looking into their own hearts. A time is coming, the Lord says, when I mean to ratify a new covenant with the people of Israel and with the people of Judah ... I will implant my law in their inmost thoughts, engrave it in their hearts ... There will be no need for neighbour to teach neighbour, or brother to teach brother, the knowledge of the Lord.

The message of the New Testament points to a fulfilment of this promise. There is no encouragement to an antinomian irresponsibility; what is indicated is an "exteriorization" of God's law, with particular reference to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit of Truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. But you shall know him, because he shall abide with you and shall be in you. The world - that is to say, the separative self, the conscious ego, entangled in its craving to preserve a spurious identity in opposition to God - cannot know the spirit within. But as soon as we yield to the continual pressure of God's grace, urging us to be ourselves, we can realize his self-manifestation. And those who love me shall be loved by my Father; and I will love them and manifest myself to them ... Those who love me will keep my word; and we will come to them and make our abode with them. The Spirit's presence declares itself by the Spirit's fruits, not merely by dictating action. The Holy Spirit affects conduct at its source: modifying character by such qualities as love, peace, joy, long suffering, kindness, goodness, faith­fulness, meekness, self-control. These being present, an external law would be superfluous.
    Responsory;    Rom 8:5-6.2
Those who live on the level of their lower nature have their outlook formed by it, and that spells death; but + those who live on the level
of the spirit have a spiritual outlook, and that is life and peace.
V. In Christ Jesus the life-giving law of the Spirit has freed you from the law of sin and death. + Those who live ...

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Graham, Aelred (1907-1984) Born in Liverpool, he was educated at Saint Edward's College in that city, and entered Ampleforth Abbey in 1930. He was professed the following year, and ordained priest in 1938 after his studies at Oxford where he took the degree S.T.L. at Blackfriars. On his return to Ampleforth he taught dogmatic theology. In 1938 his first book, The Love of God appeared, and he also wrote articles for learned reviews. In 1951 he was appointed prior of Portsmouth Priory in Rhode Island, U.5.A. He is the author of The Christ of Catholicism, The Final Victory, Catholicism and the World Today, Christian Thought and Action, and Zen Catholicism. During a three month visit to Japan in 1967, he interviewed notable Buddhists in an a attempt to understand their religion. This resulted in another book called: Conversation: Christian and Buddhist.


INDIVIDUAL SERIES VIEW, MERTON'S CORRESPONDENCE WITH:

GRAHAM, AELRED, DOM, O.S.B., 1907-1984


SERIES 1, CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN MERTON AND DOM AELRED GRAHAM.

SERIES LIST       

Series NumberSeries NameTotal Records
1Correspondence between Merton and Dom Aelred Graham.30
2Correspondence from Dom Aelred and Fr. Louis file kept by Dom James Fox (added Aug. 2014)7
3Articles and Statements from Dom Aelred and Fr. Louis file kept by Dom James Fox (added Aug. 2014)11

CONTAINER LIST

Series#DateFrom/ToFirst LinesPubNotes
Series 1 #1.
«All Series«
1953/01/15transcript from MertonThis is just a note to thank you for the article you wrote about me in the Atlantic.[copy from published letters] «detailed view»
Series 1 #2.
«All Series«
1953/02/05HLS[x]  from Graham, Aelred / to Robert GirouxMany thanks for "The Sign of Jonas" which I am reading through with interest. It seems to confirm«detailed view»
Series 1 #3.
«All Series«
1953/02/14TLS[x] to MertonHaving just finished reading your "SIGN OF JONAS" (in my view by far the most attractive of all your[see Section 2 for original] «detailed view»
Series 1 #4.
«All Series«
1953/03/03TLS[x] to Fox, JamesA letter from a mutual friend of ours -- William J. McCormack, Jr., an alumnus of Portsmouth Priory[see Series 2 for orignal letter] «detailed view»
Series 1 #5.
«All Series«
1963/04/17HLS to MertonYour very kind and [...indecipherable...] message has just reached me. Only the other day I was«detailed view»
Series 1 #6.
«All Series«
1963/04/24transcript from MertonAs a matter of fact I went ahead and wrote a review. I liked the book so much and found so much[copy from published letters] «detailed view»
Series 1 #7.
«All Series«
1963/04/26TLS to MertonWhat a magnanimous person you are! Thank you indeed for your letter, with its stream of intuitions,«detailed view»
Series 1 #8.
«All Series«
1963/08/24TLS to MertonThank you for your kind letter of August 21. Seeing that he is so warmly commended by you I shall«detailed view»
Series 1 #9.
«All Series«
1963/09/10TAL[c] from MertonThanks for your very good letter. I do not know whether Fr John of the Cross will get there,«detailed view»
Series 1 #10.
«All Series«
1963/10/03TLS to MertonAs I have just written to Father Thurston N. Davis, S.J. of AMERICA, from time to time we bring out«detailed view»

  http://merton.org/Research/Correspondence/Series.aspx?id=797&series=160 


16:59

Love Among the Bins* [Korrektiv]

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Think, in this battered Caravanserai
Whose Portals are alternate Night and Day,
     How Sultan after Sultan with his Pomp
Abode his destined Hour, and went his way.
         -Fitzgerald

It was only a minute between bins (searching
     For the will I am to be the will that is Shakespeare),
Amid the critically grey patches of C.P. Snow
     And/or the redundantly anthological: Ancient American
British Byzantine Greek Modern Oriental Women World . . .

I was singing down bargain barrows and stalls,
     Intoning e.e. cummings, refraining A.A. Milne,
Reading stormy pages from Lear to hear the fear
     Of the real in his nonsense and the queer nonsense
Of the real in fools, kings, verses, hearses, pussies and owls…

But as if out of those untitled leaves of time,
     You came to sift the bins with crisp feminine whispers
That feather-fingered in litany down my spine,
     Searching for Early This, Late That, or Posthumous The Other
And the forgotten period allusions of Last Name Only:

“He is the most important of the Fitzgeralds,
     After all,” you declaimed ambiguously to Children.
Then, after hovering like a muse in Religion,
     You genuflected briefly at Travel. “He may have written
Something about Algiers and Alexandria, at that time, as well.”

You can what you’re able to do, O Lex
     Legendi! In pencil skirt and penciled eyes,
You index finger put to crimson lips collects
     By their purse the pebbled pearls of Demosthenes,
While other letters scatter, inspirited by your catalog

Of silence. Thus, overdue, my love was indexed:
     Like the frank contents in an earnest table;
The sincerely erotic in the merely episodic;
     The Dick Diver in my translation, the Calypso in yours;
Never again to leave this lovely, enchanted, bookmarked aisle.

*I tried to post this on Rufus McCain’s Facebook Page in honor of his being put in charge of the prison library and license plate pressings. Naturally, I made a hash of it – so hopefully he’ll see this and post it himself on his page…

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15:37

Faith and Poverty: Readings for 32nd Sunday of OT [The Sacred Page]

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15:19

Minus mal minus ergibt zwar plus, ... [totaliter aliter]

... aber dämlich mal dämlich macht deswegen leider noch lange nicht schlau.

Die Rheinische Post berichtet:

    Rüdiger Sagel, der Vorsitzende der Linkspartei in NRW, hatte sich dafür ausgesprochen, die Sankt-Martin-Feier in "Sonne-Mond-und Sternefest" umzubenennen. Kindertagesstätten sollten muslimischen Kindern den christlichen Glauben nicht aufdrängen, erklärte Sagel.
Ansinnen: Dämlich

Begründung: Saudämlich

Ich muß immer so lachen, über PEGIDA-Mitläufer, die sich gegen eine Abschaffung des Abendlandes aussprechen und dabei auf die Muslime schielen. Mit solchen Politikern brauchen wir für diese befürchtete Abschaffung allerdings wirklich keine Muslime.

Ich muß übrigens auch lachen über Politiker, die sich immer fürchterlich aufgeklärt vorkommen und mit ihren spinnerten Ideen doch immer wieder nur beweisen, daß das Wort unseres Herrn Jesus Christus auch nach zweitausend Jahren immer noch die gefährlichste Sache der Welt ist.

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The City and the World XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Daily Register XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Deacon's Bench XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Divine Lamp XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Eponymous Flower XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The hermeneutic of continuity XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Jesuit Post XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Josias XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Lepanto Institute XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Low Churchman's Guide to the Solemn High Mass XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Paraphasic XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Prosblogion XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Rad Trad XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Remnant Newspaper - The Remnant Newspaper - Remnant Articles XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Sacred Page XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The Sensible Bond XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
The TOF Spot XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Theological Flint XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
totaliter aliter XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Traditional Catholic Priest XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Transalpine Redemptorists at home XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Unam Sanctam Catholicam XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Unequally Yoked XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Voice of the Family XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Vox Cantoris XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Vultus Christi XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Whispers in the Loggia XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
Zippy Catholic XML 22:00, Thursday, 21 January 23:00, Thursday, 21 January
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