Monday, 16 November

23:29

Liberalism, as the recent attacks on La Ville Lumière have shown, cannot provide the basis for a sustainable society. [Korrektiv]

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By liberalism, I do not mean Democrats versus Republicans, or the ideology of invite the world versus that of bomb the world. I mean all of it together.

17:49

After Paris - Europe [Fr Ray Blake's Blog]



If we were Nietzschians we might see modern Liberal social values as the ultimate outcome of a post-Christian 'slave-morality': “abused, oppressed, suffering, unemancipated, weary and [those] uncertain of themselves”. Nietzsche would have seen our compassion "as weakness, as self-laceration". He would have seen Christianity as bad but post-Christianity as worst. The whole of German post-war theological muscle seems to be directed at the rejection of Nietzche's thought, in a sense it is part of the process of de-Nazification. Cardinal Kasper's 'Mercy' is part of this process, and perhaps a rather narrow understanding of European history viewed from Buenos Aires, with a short stay in Germany, might well see the whole of Europe's history through a lens of anti-Nazism - anti-Nietzchism.

What is the future of Europe after the Paris massacres? Closing of borders, the restriction of the 'free movement of people' seems to mark the beginning of the end of the European dream. The re-orientation of European politics from a tendency to the left to a movement towards the right seems inevitable. The election of Marine Le Pen seems, today, almost inevitable, as does the re-thing of the nature of Europe.

In Russia Putin has adopted the Orthodox narrative as a way of giving meaning and identity to a state that has been left empty and bankrupt by its 70 years of Communism. The search for British values of the Blair-Brown years failed because of the political difficulty of suggesting that British values might actually be Christian values was politically beyond them, they would have been laughing-stocks, Blair. publicly 'didn't do Christianity' though interestingly for both men 'Christianity' was their private personal answer.

Defining Europe today apart from territory is somewhat difficult, defining what it is not is perhaps easier. Poland and more significantly Hungary deciding that Mohammedanism is not compatible with their own values and history is unlikely to be followed by the rest of Europe, and yet the great struggle is how to define Christian/post-Christian Europe, without reference to Christianity. Christians/post-Christians alone make up the current European Community. Perhaps the reason we hardly noticed the 45 victims of terrorism in Beirut on Thursday is simply because they do not share our European civilisation, our European values.

Michel Houellebecq's 'Soumission', so interestingly after the weekend doesn't seem so relevant, it sees the Islamisation of France as political process, terror is not mentioned, and yet after the weekend Terrorism is unerasable factor in European attitudes to the outside world, it is likely to be a framework of European politics for sometime. Yet the simple truth is that our post Christian values are the source of our destruction,

Europe is dying because Europe is not having children, because Europe undermines the family, because Europe culture considers a naturally sterile homosexual relationship to be equal to a heterosexual relationship that is naturally orientated to produce children. Mrs Merkel in the maddest event of recent political history opened up the gates of Europe to every immigrant who might want to come, but the reason is simple without immigration Europe is dead because we are not replacing ourselves. Perhaps only a Catholic priest could dare to suggest that the peace and survival of Europe is dependant on a Europe that supports families and is open to children.


16:50

The Thief in the Night [Unam Sanctam Catholicam]

Where do you want to be when you die?  What would you like your last words to be?  Many saints and holy men died saying edifying words, Venerable Augustine Baker of the blessed sacrament died after singing the Salve Regina, Charlemegne is recounted as saying "Lord into Thy hands I commend my spirit."  Perhaps you might want to die in the arms of your wife like St. Nicholas Von Flue, or like a penitent thief.

Would you want to die singing the song "Kiss the Devil"?  A song that chorus actually says "I will love the devil and sing his song".  In fact there is not any substance to it, it almost reads as a satanic parody of the Divine Praises.  That was the song that apparently the band Eagles of Death metal started performing according to the Daily Mail when the gunmen showed up and starting their killing spree. 

"For yourselves know perfectly, that the day of the Lord shall so come, as a thief in the night." 1 Thessalonians 5:2 .  Consider what you listen to, consider what you do, consider where you go.  Our time is very limited, let us redeem it, because the awful day of judgement  awaits when we leave these frail bodies, and every idle word shall be judged.  If you listen to such music, or go to such places repent.  Pray for Paris, but forget not the need to make reparation to Christ, not just for those who take innocent life, but for those who mock Him, Hate him, and blaspheme Him.  God have mercy on us. 

15:56

Wenn sich etwas verändert, dann gibt es eine Ursache: Gott [Scholastiker]


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Der erste der sogenannten „fünf Wege“, - der fünf Gottesbeweise Thomas von Aquins – geht von einer Tatsache in unserer Erfahrung aus, die von niemandem ernsthaft bestritten wird. Es gibt Veränderung, Bewegung in der Welt. Es ist nicht nötig anzunehmen, dass sich alles verändert. Es reicht, wenn wir davon überzeugt sind, dass es mindestens eine Entität gibt, die sich verändert.



Nun bedeutet „etwas verändert sich“, dass etwas von einem Zustand in einen anderen Zustand übergeht. Dieser Übergang besteht in der Aktualisierung einer Potenz. Etwas, dass potenziell ist, das noch nicht wirklich ist, wird verwirklicht, aktualisiert. Der Apfel hat die Möglichkeit zerschnitten zu werden und anschließend verzehrt zu werden. Wenn er zerschnitten wird, dann wird diese Möglichkeit des Apfels aktualisiert.

Jedes Ereignis setzt eine Substanz voraus, an der oder durch die etwas geschieht. Es gibt kein Zerschneiden für sich, sondern jemanden oder etwas, dass zerschneidet und zerschnitten wird. Es ist der Apfel, der zerschnitten wird und es ist Jemand, der den Apfel zerschneidet. Es sind immer Substanzen, die tätig sind oder etwas erleiden, an denen und mit denen etwas sich ereignet.

Die Existenz einer natürlichen Substanz wie eines Apfels oder eines Menschen zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt setzt gleichzeitig die Aktualisierung einer Potenz voraus. Nun kann aber keine Potenz sich selbst oder eine andere Potenz aktualisieren. Die bloße Möglichkeit des Apfels zerschnitten zu werden, kann sich nicht selbst zerschneiden oder den Apfel zerschneiden. Es muss etwas oder jemanden geben, der den Apfel zerschneidet und dieses Etwas oder dieser Jemand muss wirklich, aktual sein. Nur etwas, das bereits aktual ist, kann etwas Potenzielles aktualisieren.

Hinsichtlich einer aktualen Substanz bedeutet dies, dass die Existenz derselben, also eines Apfels oder einer Person, dass die Existenz dieser aktualen Substanz, entweder die gleichzeitige Aktualisierung durch eine weitere aktuale Substanz voraussetzt, oder dass diese Substanz reine Aktualität ist. Der Apfel oder die Person existieren nicht aus sich selbst, sie haben sich weder selbst hervorgebracht, noch erhalten sie sich selbständig in der Existenz. Also muss es eine andere aktuale Substanz geben, die den Apfel hervorgebracht hat und ihn in der Existenz erhält. Diese andere Substanz muss aber ihrerseits entweder hervorgebracht worden sein, d.h. sie setzt die Aktualisierung einer Potenz voraus, oder sie ist reine Aktualität.

Für den Fall, dass der Apfel durch eine andere Substanz hervorgebracht wurde, die ihrerseits von einer anderen Substanz aktualisiert wurde, ergibt sich ein Regress von gleichzeitig existierenden „Aktualisierern“ und dieser Regress ist entweder unendlich oder er endet in einem rein aktualen Aktualisierer.

Ein Regress gleichzeitiger Aktualisierer würde aber zu einer per se geordneten Kausalreihe führen. Die klassische Kausaltheorie unterscheidet zwischen zwei verschiedenen Kausalreihen: einer causa per accidens und einer causa per se. Eine akzidentelle Kausalreihe kann grundsätzlich unendlich sein, eine Kausalreihe per se endet in einer letzten Ursache.

Entweder ist die Substanz die eine andere Substanz aktualisiert selbst rein aktual, oder es gibt einen rein aktualen Aktualisierer, der den Regress gleichzeitiger Aktualisierer beendet. Damit kommen wir nun zu der zu Beginn erwähnten Veränderung zurück: Das Bestehen einer Veränderung, also z.B. das Zerschneiden eines Apfels oder die Bewegung einer Person von A nach B zu einem bestimmten Zeitpunkt, setzt die Existenz eines rein aktualen Aktualisierers voraus und „dies nennen alle Gott“, wie Thomas seine fünf Wege zumeist beschließt.

Kurz und knapp zusammengefasst: Jede Veränderung, d.i. die Aktualisierung einer Potenz, setzt etwas voraus, dass selbst aktual ist. Dessen Aktualität ist nun selbst wieder aktualisiert oder es ist reine Aktualität. Wenn die Aktualität selbst wieder aktualisiert ist, dann muss diese Aktualität ihrerseits wieder aktualisiert worden sein und zwar durch eine aktuale Entität, die selbst aktualisiert wurde oder durch eine reine Aktualität. Da nun aber die Aktualität jeder Substanz in der Kausalreihe gleichzeitig mit jeder anderen aktualen Substanz bestehen muss, kann diese Kausalreihe keine akzidentelle sein. Es muss eine Kausalreihe per sesein und eine solche endet mit einem rein aktualen Aktualisierer. Dieser ist der unbewegte Beweger, wie er schon bei Aristoteles genannt wird.

Natürlich lässt sich in einem Blogbeitrag kein Gottesbeweis in seiner ganzen Breite darstellen, geschweige die philosophischen Hintergründe, wie die Akt-Potenz-Theorie und die klassische Kausaltheorie erläutern. Aber zu all diesen Punkten gibt es bereits Beiträge im Blog, die die Einwände aufgreifen und entkräften.

15:23

Live from The Fall Classic [Whispers in the Loggia]

Good morning from Baltimore and Opening Day of this 97th Plenary of the US bishops – here's the livefeed from the Floor...

(Ed. The day having wrapped, on-demand video of the Monday sessions is available via the Mothership.)

...and with the morning session bringing the usual kickoff speeches from the president, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, and the Nuncio, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò (in his farewell appearance before reaching the retirement age in mid-January), updates to come.

SVILUPPO: Before the morning's speeches, the body approved two statements – the already-released text (composed Saturday by the top-level Administrative Committee) expressing solidarity with France following Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, and a strikingly-worded presidential message on the global persecution of Christians, its fulltext below:

"Lord Jesus Christ."

These three whispered words rose above the sound of the surf to overcome death, as 21 Coptic Christians – brothers as dear to us as our own family – knelt in the sand before the executioner's sword. The body and blood of Christ were offered on the Mediterranean shore that all too recent February day. Our body and blood were offered, for as St. Paul teaches us, we are one body in Christ and "if one suffers, all the parts suffer with it" (1 Cor 12:26).

The words of our Lord Jesus Christ are alive and with us now. "If they persecuted me, they will persecute you as well" (Jn 15:20). Places of worship that have stood for centuries in the very cradle of Christianity are being destroyed. Families are fleeing from beheadings, sexual slavery and even crucifixion. In places such as Mosul, Christmas bells that have heralded the birth of our Savior uninterrupted for nearly two thousand years have fallen silent as our brothers and sisters in the faith have been scattered. It is nothing short of genocide.

This Sunday, more than 20 million Catholics will attend Mass throughout the United States, kneeling in preparation to receive Holy Communion. In the week ahead, they will read the Bible, teach their children to pray, and practice Christian virtue in the workplace. We will do so, largely, without fear of being targeted for simply worshipping God. This Sunday, when we kneel, let us draw near to all those dying in the name of our faith. Let us then rise, renewed in our solidarity with the suffering of people of all faiths.

We will soon begin to celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy announced by Pope Francis. During this special year, the Holy Father encourages us to rediscover the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, including feeding the hungry, welcoming the stranger, comforting the afflicted and praying for the living and the dead. How might we accompany our suffering fellow Christians and all people of good will?
Pray – Surrounded by death, the loving embrace of Jesus is often the modern martyr's only comfort. Let us pray their faith will sustain them as it inspires us to turn ever more fervently to Christ in our own lives. 
Witness – Our hearts never grow indifferent to the continuing stories of families forced from their homes, separated from those they love and facing an unknown future. We cannot be hesitant to speak their name, make their cause our own and ensure they are never forgotten by the powerful in a position to protect them.

Give – Last September, Catholic parishes in the United States gave generously to a special collection supporting our brothers and sisters in the Middle East. We can continue our generosity through organizations like Catholic Relief Services or the Catholic Near East Welfare Association. 
As Pope Francis reminds us, "authentic religion is a source of peace and not of violence." Ever confident in Christ's abundant grace, we look with hope to the day when people of every faith live in harmony with their neighbor.
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15:18

St. Thomas says Gay is OK? [Commentary - thomistica]

Does anybody know if this description of Fr. Oliva's book is accurate?  I haven't been able to get my hands on a copy.  With the media and blogs now, I don't know what to believe.  Should we just classify it with reports that the Pope is a heretic on the subjects of marriage, the sacraments, and communion for non-Catholics?

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/prominent-dominican-friar-publishes-book-claiming-thomas-aquinas-said-homos

Someone just sent this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHDneuvg7Vo&feature=youtu.be.  Unless I don't understand what he is saying, the President of the Leonine Commission rejects the Catholic faith and lacks a basic understanding of philosophical issues in natural philosophy and ethics.  Incredible.  If you don't have time to watch the whole thing, it descends into a completely confused silliness around 13:32.  But who has time to waste any more effort on it?

 

13:48

Happy Birthday to me! [totaliter aliter]

Ich blogge jetzt seit 10 Jahren!

Damit bin ich zwar noch lange nicht der dienstälteste katholische Blogger, aber es ist doch eine schöne, runde Zahl.

Die totalen Heydays sind natürlich vorbei. Ich muß mich ja jetzt auch auf die Arbeit in der Pfarre konzentrieren. Außerdem ist auch ein wenig die Luft raus, so daß ich weniger blogge und auch weniger Lust auf bestimmte Nebenwirkungen des Bloggens habe. Klar, ich bleibe noch dabei, aber wenn's ums Erzbloggen geht, dann müßt Ihr Euch langsam einen anderen suchen. Ich bleibe aber gerne Ehren-Erzblogger 8-D ...

09:56

To hate and not to hate — the necessary balancing act [Dominus mihi adjutor]

In haste, as busy-ness looms again in this not-too-quiet cloister. As we recover from and reflect on the Paris atrocity (and for those who have cared to notice, the Beirut outrage on the same day) we will find strong words being said. Some are necessary and true; some are unhelpful and off-target. Several commentators and […]

09:00

Interview 024 – Constantine Molitor on the Persecution of the Church in Germany under the Third Reich [Athanasius Contra Mundum]

Download [Right Click]          Play in New Window Today we are joined from Germany by Constantine Mollitor who gives the real story of the persecution of the Catholic Church by the Third Reich. In great detail, Constantine dispels the myth of “Hitler’s Pope” and other assorted nonsense with the real details of the Church’s resistance to, […]

02:16

This Week’s News & Views [Steeple and State]

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It certainly was not the weekend anyone anticipated. The Syrian refugee crisis was already a topic of discussion this week, but the horrific assault on Paris Friday night brought the debate into sharper focus. All of today’s links address the situation. These are the headlines that caught my eye:

  • Mark Steyn’s no-nonesense assessment of the anger and frustration over the increasing terrorist attacks,  and perhaps more importantly, the absurd and unrealistic response from both politicians and people in general is spot on. Definitely read this piece.
  • In a column for US News & World Report, Heritage’s James Jay Caravan discusses why this attack was a successful strategy for the terrorists, and makes the disturbing point that given the size of the operation, it ought to have been foiled. It’s good food for thought.
  • Following up on a point that Mark Steyn made in a Sunday news show appearance, it is impossible to vet all the migrants currently being admitted to the EU, to say nothing of those scheduled to, and already, entering the US. This article from The Hill confirms that worrying reality.
  • Earlier in the week, I noted a headline piece on Yahoo! news announcing that Obama is considering labeling the Yazidi deaths a genocide. Certainly the Yazidis are a minority group that has been targeted and persecuted in the Middle East, but the insult here is how blithely the administration glosses over the ongoing genocide of Christians. They have ignored the horrific apartheid from day one, and have refused fleeing Christians at our borders.
  • This brings us full circle to terrorisim and the migrant crisis. The EU and the United States are throwing the doors open to “economic refugees” seeking a better and brighter future, in addition to the many terrorists who stream in among their ranks. In the midst of this deadly population shift, we are collectively ignoring the Chaldean Catholics, Christians, Yazidis, and minority Muslims who are truly being wiped out by ISIS-Daesh. Not all refugees are equal…

Sunday Soundtrack: All week I have been listening to John Rutter’s Requiem.  His arrangement of the Pie Jesu particularly captured me, and regrettably on Friday evening, it suddenly became very theme-appropriate. I am sometimes amused by how the secular world starts praying when crisis strikes, but  it is naturally consistent with the human need to seek the Divine in times of darkness. Disturbingly, I saw more than a few people openly reject the prayers the world was sending, and instead request “just love” which is, apparently, the new world religion.

Au contraire, Joann, religion is exactly what we desperately need. A discussion for another day.
Paris already had my love…tonight she has my very heartfelt prayers.

Give them rest…give them everlasting rest…

 

 

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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
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