Michael’s Monday Musings: Jay Dyer’s Incredible Blunder on the Magisterium | 07/26/2021

Michael’s Monday Musings: Jay Dyer’s Incredible Blunder on the Magisterium | 07/26/2021 Michael reviews Jay’s incredible blunder on the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, where he conflates the Ordinary and Universal Magisterium with the Ordinary Papal Magisterium. Michael demonstrates Jay’s knowledge of Catholic teaching authority is so poor that he is not in a position […]

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Orthodox Art and Iconography with Jonathan Pageau

Questions Asked: 1. How did you become an artist and iconographer? 2. What is the difference between art and iconography? 3. Is working on an icon a prayerful activity? 4. What inspires you when you are working on your art? 5. How can others who may not have the talent you have begin to do […]

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Orthodoxy and Women; Moscow Schism; Vatican II & Nicaea

Michael Lofton discusses Eastern Orthodoxy and its relation to women in the liturgy, especially deaconesses. He addresses the schism between Moscow and Constantinople in Eastern Orthodoxy and also shows some similarities between the ambiguities of Vatican II with Nicaea. He then takes live questions on a wide rang of questions.

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Examples of Doctrinal Development in Eastern Orthodoxy

In an effort to develop common ground between Catholicism and Orthodoxy, I have decided to briefly discuss the concept of doctrinal development and its existence in Eastern Orthodoxy. Some in Orthodoxy object to the concept of doctrinal development, as evident by the work of Fr. Daniel Lattier, an Orthodox priest and theologian, who lists the […]

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Review of Bishop Hilarion on The Reception of the Ecumenical Councils in the Early Church

I’d like to review Eastern Orthodox Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev’s article “The Reception of the Ecumenical councils in the Early Church” which was published by St. Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly in 2003. Purpose of the Paper The purpose of Bishop Hilarion’s paper is to explain how Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox could possibly reunite without either communion […]

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