Thursday, November 09, 2006

The Papacy (Index Page for Dave Armstrong)

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[Papal Encyclicals Online: fabulous resource: includes Kindle / Nook / ePub capability]


"Pope Francis Defended": Helpful Resources for Confused, Troubled, and Frustrated Folks [11 Oct. 2013] [Links page: articles added all the time; the total is 131 as of 2-23-15] 


General / Petrine Primacy








[click on cover for much more info.]



Peter the "Rock"





Papal Infallibility and Supremacy




The Modernist, Secularist Historicism of Raymond Brown and Brian Tierney (including lengthy citations from St. Thomas Aquinas on papal infallibility, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Msgr. George A. Kelly, and Protestants J. Gresham Machen and Os Guinness on Liberalism)



The Condemnation of Pope Honorius (Dom John Chapman, O.S.B., London: Catholic Truth Society, 1907)

Pope Honorius I (Catholic Encyclopedia [Dom John Chapman]) 

The Supposed Fall of Honorius and His Condemnation (J. H. R., American Catholic Quarterly Review, vol. 7, 1882, pp.162-168)

Pope Liberius (Catholic Encyclopedia [Dom John Chapman])

The Alleged Fall of Pope Liberius (P. J. Harrold, American Catholic Quarterly Review, vol. 8, 1883, 529-549) 

Pope Vigilius (Catholic Encyclopedia)


The Sixth Nicene Canon and the Papacy (James F. Loughlin, American Catholic Quarterly Review, vol. 5, 1880, 220-239)


 
  Popes, Councils, and Collegiality





The Papacy & Conciliarity (or, Collegiality): How Popes Routinely Consult & Involve Bishops, Priests, & Laity Prior to Momentous Decrees [13 Sep. 2014]

Disagreeing with Popes




Papal Scandals



Ven. Pope Pius XII and the Nazi Holocaust



Pope St. John Paul II











Pope Benedict XVI









 Pope Francis

"Pope Francis Defended": Helpful Resources for Confused, Troubled, and Frustrated Folks [11 Oct. 2013] [Links page: articles added all the time] 

 














Exchange on Pope Francis and the Church (vs. Tony Jokin) [Facebook, 17 December 2014]






Pope Francis' Encyclical Laudato si: A Beautiful and Profoundly Wise Statement of Christian Environmentalism and Theology of Creation [18 June 2015]

Critique of Chris Ferrara's Radical Reactionary Hit-Piece in Opposition to Pope Francis' Christian Environmentalism [20 June 2015]



Last updated on 22 June 2015.



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