Tag Archives: Roman Catholic Reflections
I’m working on a presentation for Epistemology (the topic of my presentation being what the human mind is capable of knowing—and it includes attempted refutations of denials of the human ability to know), and to my understanding, I am required … Continue reading
“[E]xplain which of the proofs [of God proposed by those who came before St. Thomas] … you found most interesting and why”—discussion prompt answered by Cameron Daly
Last night, I posted what follows to the above discussion prompt in the truly epic Philosophy of God class I’m taking at Holy Apostles this semester (taught by Prof. Christopher Apodaca). As another point of interest, yesterday was the fourth … Continue reading
Wishing you a blessed 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fátima’s September apparition! “Say the Rosary every day to obtain peace for the world”—Our Lady of Fátima (quoted from https://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/prayers/rosary/). So I realized that I was mistaken the last time I … Continue reading
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I don’t know if I had ever heard of St. Dymphna before this past Sunday; but, considering that she’s the patron saint of mental disorders and illnesses, a prayer to her seems like a relevant one to upload. Many people … Continue reading
Wishing you all a blessed month of September! The Catholic Church recognizes September as the month of Our Lady of Sorrows; to honor that, here’s the Litany of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, “composed by Pope Pius VII while held … Continue reading