Fr Barron’s “Catholicism”: catholicism.wordonfire.org/
Portsmouth Diocese's new Confirmation programme: www.transformedinchrist.com/session1/
Westminster Diocese’s brand new singing and dancing youth page, where the CTS has provided the “Catholicism” section: dowym.com/catholicism/meaning-of-life/
The main caveat is that the first resource fails to show the human spiritual soul, which our tradition has seen as so fundamental to a coherent presentation of the Catholic Faith (and the FAITH movement agrees!). The link to the other two resources takes you to the respective beginning of the presentation of the Faith where the spiritual soul plays a prominent place.
All three do well concerning that other oft forgotten foundation of catechesis and apologetics: showing evidence for existence of God, with an openness to modern observations.
The last of our three is just beginning (and might be thought to give a slight nod to the “Intelligent Design” Discovery Institute approach, which is not the FAITH Movement’s one) but there is more to come we believe on this theme.
January & February 2017
Recent Blog Posts
- Blog: 12.01.17
- Blog: 13.12.16
- Blog: 09.10.16On his blog and in a recent Catholic Herald piece (9.9.16) Bishop Robert Barron offers some excellent reflections upon a recent Pew survey looking at reasons why young people are leaving Christianity in droves. He well shows how Roman Catholic leaders and teachers are dangerously underestimating ...Read More
- Blog: 23.08.16
- Blog: 08.08.16On 23 June 2016 a referendum was held in which a narrow majority of voters in the United Kingdom (nearly 52%) voted in favour of leaving the European Union, the so-called “Brexit”. This contrasts with the large majority (67%) who had voted to join the then European Community in 1975. ...Read More
- Blog: 17.07.16Thirty odd years after this overview of twentieth century Catholic intellectual culture, the points of James Hitchcock seem even more relevant. Below are some extracts but the, significantly longer, full article repays study. [Post-mortem on a rebirth. The Catholic Intellectual Renaissance, from ...Read More