I was reading the Catholic Herald issue from Lent 2018 when I came across a small piece of text from Mary Kenny (see below) that made me somehow relate with the idea of how ephemeris our lives are. The fact is that the large majority of us don't spend much time thinking about it and … Continue reading Lent and Easter @Christmas? Just a thought!
As Catholic deeply involved in the community and in the church I never doubted that the main sources of my faith, intellect and religious knowledge must come from the Catholic Church. This was the case for many years, although life is a journey and eventually my parish priest, Rev. Wiborg Pietra Torres , my friend … Continue reading Sources of Faith
God knows what it is to suffer in Christ although suffering cannot overcome God. God is above and beyond suffering. Otherwise if God suffers in all of his being and if God is eternal, then suffering becomes potentially eternal as well. Now a central Christian insight into suffering is that is it real, but temporary. … Continue reading Short notes on suffering
“For I judged not myself to know any thing among you...”” And I was with you in weakness...”” And my speech and my preaching was not in persuasive words of human wisdom, but in shewing of the Spirit and power;”” That your faith might not stand on the wisdom of men, but on the power … Continue reading about Paul
This week I came across this image from the music artist Madonna. In the last couple of years we’ve seen a tendency on people to wear The Cross as a fashion artefact. Some examples below At this occasion I’m not specifically looking to discuss the fashion tendency or either the potential expression of faith of … Continue reading The Cross – part A
Thanks for joining the Theology Corner. This is blog for Theology and about Theology. We will be covering Theology and related subjects like Philosophy, Sociology, History, Archeology and (why not) Science. Want this to be a space for collaboration and thoughts sharing. If you have a subject you would like to cover feel free to … Continue reading The Journey Begins
From Wikipedia: "...fundamental theology does not directly work towards evangelisation, but rather towards the analysis of where and by what means God brings human beings to assent to his Word"This definition is rather interesting as during the first centuries of the church such as the Patristic and Middle Age - St. Thomas Aquinas is just … Continue reading Fundamental Theology