Posts tagged "Jesus Christ"
6 Books by Pope Benedict XVI Every Catholic Should Read

6 Books by Pope Benedict XVI Every Catholic Should Read

Listers with the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, we wanted to share with you part of his lasting legacy as a theologian and teacher. In the history of the popes, it is hard to find anyone as easy to read and understand. His writings are, moreover, a beautiful blend of timeless and timely teaching, and...
Modern Man Has Lost His Way: 13 Comments on the Western Heritage of Christ and Socrates

Modern Man Has Lost His Way: 13 Comments on the Western Heritage of Christ and Socrates

"The controversy as to the relations between Pope and Emperor, stripped of its non-essentials, was a controversy as to the end and purpose of life on earth." - J.W. Allen
20 Quotes from Christmas Homilies Around the World 2012

20 Quotes from Christmas Homilies Around the World 2012

"It is true that religion can become corrupted and hence opposed to its deepest essence, when people think they have to take God’s cause into their own hands, making God into their private property. We must be on the lookout for these distortions of the sacred."
17 Catholic Photos from St. Peter's List

17 Catholic Photos from St. Peter’s List

The Catholic Life is the Good Life. A collection of Instagram photos used by SPL throughout 2012.
15 Thoughts from Pope Benedict XVI's Outstanding Christmas Eve Homily 2012

15 Thoughts from Pope Benedict XVI’s Outstanding Christmas Eve Homily 2012

"It is true that religion can become corrupted and hence opposed to its deepest essence, when people think they have to take God’s cause into their own hands, making God into their private property." - Pope Benedict XVI
The Massacre of the Innocents in 10 Works of Art

The Massacre of the Innocents in 10 Works of Art

The Holy Innocents are the first buds of the Church killed by the frost of persecution; they died not only for Christ, but in his stead.
11 Reasons the Authority of Christianity Is Centered on St. Peter and Rome

11 Reasons the Authority of Christianity Is Centered on St. Peter and Rome

The importance of establishing St. Peter's ministry in Rome may be boiled down to authority and more specifically the historic existence and continuance of the Office of Vicar held by St. Peter.
EUCHARIST: 46 Basic Questions on the Source and Summit of the Catholic Life

EUCHARIST: 46 Basic Questions on the Source and Summit of the Catholic Life

When we say the Sacrament which contains the Body and Blood, we mean the Sacrament which is the Body and Blood, for after the Consecration there is no other substance present in the Eucharist.
21 Questions on Why the Holy Eucharist Was Given to Humanity

21 Questions on Why the Holy Eucharist Was Given to Humanity

The Holy Eucharist remits venial sins by disposing us to perform acts of love and contrition. It preserves us from mortal sin by exciting us to greater fervor and strengthening us against temptation.
Do This in Memory of Me: 7 Questions on the Eucharist and Consecration

Do This in Memory of Me: 7 Questions on the Eucharist and Consecration

Christ gave His priests the power to change bread and wine into His body and blood when He said to the Apostles, "Do this in commemoration of Me."
Transubstantiation: 10 Questions on the Substance of the Holy Eucharist

Transubstantiation: 10 Questions on the Substance of the Holy Eucharist

"Jesus Christ is whole and entire both under the form of bread and under the form of wine."