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Arts and Leisure / Re: What are you currently reading?
« Last post by martin88nyc on Today at 12:05:34 AM »
The Heresy of Formlessness: The Roman Liturgy and Its Enemy Revised and Expanded Edition
General Catholic Discussion / Re: climate change
« Last post by revival2029 on October 19, 2018, 11:26:52 PM »
the sun is a hollow power transformer not a thermonuclear body.  Since it is a transformer it does not derive the power it simply tranforms power from another source into usable energy for our universe.  Meanwhile the Earth is dying and its core has become unstable and in turn maybe pushing magma upward.  watch the volcanoes and watch the coasts things could get dicey.  humankind has done its part too dont get me wrong but when the psysicists formed there own religion the electrical scientists got demoted to the bushes.   oil was never necessary there is power source available that very few understand even a little.  pulling oil out of the ground may have had an effect on escalating the de-stabilization of the earths core.  tesla and others knew about the electrical universe but did not understand it well enough.  now all the electrical scientists have been outed by the relativists but i do think so we will have a great electrical scientist emerge shortly after the destabilization of the global political ecosystem.
General Catholic Discussion / climate change
« Last post by Traditionallyruralmom on October 19, 2018, 11:02:28 PM »
I gave up on environmentalism when I converted from my pagan hippie life, but now this is creeped into the Church. 
Does anyone know if there are proponents of climate change who are not
-Radical Vatican Modernist
-funded by population control, pro abortion organizations of deep pocket individuals who push this view
-Left wing liberals

having a discussion with some folks, and climate change keeps coming up.  I want to chalk it up to pro aborts and hippies, but someone told me that 97% of scientists believe in it.
Ask a Traditionalist / Re: What Rosary meditations do you find useful?
« Last post by Non Nobis on October 19, 2018, 10:22:26 PM »
I sometimes use a little blue and white hardback book called "Scriptural Rosary" (copyright 1961, Scriptural Rosary Center), with verses for each Hail Mary bead of every mystery.

I often say the Rosary (my daily Rosary) when I go for a walk; not very good for meditating.

I should probably be ashamed for admitting I sometimes say the Rosary using a Youtube video, and try to meditate on the scenes that are shown.

I need to work on disciplining my lazy mind (and body!), and in particular on devotion.
Arts and Leisure / Re: What are you currently reading?
« Last post by MilesChristi on October 19, 2018, 07:55:55 PM »
Fear and Trembling
The Sacred Sciences / Re: Why study philosophy?
« Last post by Miriam_M on October 19, 2018, 06:38:05 PM »
Traditional Catholic theology is built on Catholic philosophy (existence, the self, etc.)
I already made the total Consecration to Our Blessed Mother according to St. Louis de Montfort's formula, so I think this also takes care of the Holy Souls.

Me too.

Same here.
I already made the total Consecration to Our Blessed Mother according to St. Louis de Montfort's formula, so I think this also takes care of the Holy Souls.

Me too.
General Catholic Discussion / Re: Third testimony from Archbishop Vigano
« Last post by mikemac on October 19, 2018, 03:34:31 PM »
His testimonies are clear and precise.  I don't doubt his word at all.
The Sacred Sciences / Re: What if Theistic Evolution were true?
« Last post by Pon de Replay on October 19, 2018, 03:00:26 PM »
Fruit bats have cranial and facial features that are very much like those of rodents or canines (in fact, their nickname is "flying foxes).  But we don't actually consider bats to be rodents (or foxes) with wings.  They all likely diverged from a much earlier shrew-like mammal.

It's theoretically possible that a small species of feline such as the cat could develop wings in the same way as bats and birds, with its two forelimbs growing longer and accommodating a progressively larger stretch of skin from the underarm and side of the torso, similar at first to what flying squirrels have evolved, and then having the paw bones spread out like a bat's.  The bones of a bat's wing are the bones of what were once a limb and a paw.  But first these cats would have to take to the trees and make most of their living there, in order for wings to be advantageous in the first place.

If it retained the face of a cat, though, would it still be a cat?  Do humans have ten fingers, four limbs, one head, and binary genitalia?  Or are the limbless, the polydactylous, siamese twins, and hermaphrodites non-human?
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