Letters to Father Feelgood from a Confused Catholic

Note from the Editor: Father Feelgood recently received two letters from one of his parishioners. I received a copy of them and have included a transcription and a picture of the original letters below. Enjoy! Dear Fr. Feelgood Mercy, We haven’t spoken in a while, so I’m taking this opportunity to reestablish connection and express some […]

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Fr. Peter Totleben on Palamism from a Thomistic Perspective

Can Palamism and Thomism be reconciled? Do the apparent differences rise to a dogmatic level? Michael and Erick discuss Palamism and Thomism with Fr. Peter Totleben who answers these and other questions. Fr. Peter Totleben is a Dominican Friar of the Province of St. Joseph and faculty member for Theology at the Josephinum Pontifical College […]

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Dr. Robert Fastiggi on Mortalium Animos

Michael, Erick and William discuss Mortalium Animos and the postconciliar approach towards non-Catholics with Dr. Robert Fastiggi. Peter Dimond from Most Holy Family Monastery calls in and asks Dr. Fastiggi questions from a Sedevacantism perspective.  

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Responding to Dr. Feser on the Formal Distinction

I’d like to briefly interact with a post by Dr. Edward Feser entitled Scotus on Divine Simplicity and Creation but first let me say I highly recommend Dr. Feser’s work and I also recognize he has reached a level of knowledge I will never be able to attain. With that being said, I’m a little […]

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The Difficulty of the Divided and Undivided God

Note: A PDF copy of this paper may be retrieved here: The Difficulty of the Divided and Undivided God When reading some of the great works by revered authors throughout the ages, one occasionally discovers perplexing phrases, such as the God “beyond being,”[1] who is said to be “not a thing”[2] in the corpus of […]

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