Posts tagged Peter Kreeft

Celebrating with the Angels.

Today is the Feast of St Micheal, St Gabriel and St Raphael. When we were in the Anglican Church, of course we knew today as St Micheal and All Angels. The catechism reminds us that angels are “purely spiritual creatures, incorporeal, invisible and immortal and are personal beings endowed with intelligence and will. They ceaselessly […]

“And I’m going with you.”

A couple of weekends I spent some time listening to Peter Kreeft talk about evil (and also good) in Lord of the Rings. It was, as always is with Kreeft, thought provoking and it got me thinking about what Tolkien does in the story. The part that struck me particularly strongly, on this listening, was […]

Washing up listening: Insight into ecumenism.

Sometimes, when washing up gets boring, I listen to something. This week I listened to an audio of a talk given by the philosopher Peter Kreeft, entitled “Ecumenism without compromise.” (For those who take in information better when it is read, here is the transcript.) It is very thought provoking and while I was listening, […]

Mixed emotions and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Today is the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I have been moved by certain aspects of the readings today. My thoughts are still a bit muddled, maybe because my heart was moved and my head takes a while to catch up. So here are the things that struck me. Make of it what […]