Co-Workers of the Truth 6/12

The arrogance of the specialist in matters of faith is just an especially obdurate form of the blindness inherent in all arrogance.  The faith that rediscovers the fresh water of God’s word in the desert of a godless world, in…

Co-Workers of the Truth 6/11

Faith is part of the theology and so is thought.  The absence of one or other of these would be the end of theology.  In other words, theology presupposes a new beginning for thought that is not the product of…

Co-Workers of the Truth 6/10

In discussions about the priesthood, the thought is variously expressed that being a priest is, in fact, not a realistic vocation nowadays because the priest has no place in a world of specialization since it is impossible for anyone to…

Co-Workers of the Truth 6/9

In his autobiographical reflections, the French theologian Marc Oraison relates in a thought-provoking manner how he found his way from doctor to priest.  In his struggle against sickness and death, he had many successes as a surgeon, he says, but…

Co-Workers of The Truth 6/8

What exactly is ordination?  And what is the priesthood it confers?  These are questions that were raised again in the disputes of the last few years and for which we must relearn the answer.  The Church’s liturgy gives the answer…

Philippine priest-governor says he’s taking extra care after killings

Taken From: http://www.catholicnews.com/data/briefs/cns/20070606.htm#head10 MANILA, Philippines (CNS) — Father Eddie Panlilio, recently elected governor of Pampanga province, has started taking “extra care” to be safe following post-election, deadly ambushes in his province. Speaking with the Asian church news agency UCA News…