Historical Examples of Inculturation in Catholic China
Sacred liturgy and liturgical arts. Liturgical history and theology. The movements for the Usus Antiquior and Reform of the Reform.
Our Lady of Deliverance, Empress of China - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Our Lady of Deliverance, Empress of China In 1900, the Catholic Church was healthy and growing in China. There were forty bishops, about 800 European missionaries, 600 native Chinese priests, and the number of native Catholics throughout the whole of China proper was estimated at 700,000. It was during this time that the Boxer Uprising […]
Take Up and Read
I waited most of December to have a change in the way the Mountain looked.....but we had mostly sunny weather for about seven weeks.....so no new snow on the beautiful mountain. Until two days ago. We took photos while driving to Mass on Christmas.....of The Mountain......it was lovely with those clouds........the car was moving & I only had my cell phone camera (shame, shame, shame on me! I knew I should have brought the good camera...but I talked myself out of it.) This is the opposite…
Studying the Scriptures – Tips for Effective Study
Well, this is unusual for me, I’m not much of an advertiser on this blog, but I wanted to get the word out. You may have noticed on my sidebar – I’ve written a book. Getting More …
What did the Father give His Son When first He came to earth? He did not give Him riches, but A stable at His birth. He knew that wealth would never be The greatest gift above. And so God gave a better gift. He gave a mother’s love. And still the Father gives each child That gift above all other. His light, His hope, His peace, His love He gives us through a mother.