That Nothing May Be Lost

Author: Fr. Paul Scalia
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1621641503
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Additionally, Archbishop Charles Chaput offers a thought provoking foreword to help the reader with a meaningful journey through the many aspects of the Catholic faith presented throughout this book.

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The Spectator

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I may take some other opportunity of considering those particular forms and
methods of devotion which are taught us by Christianity; but shall here observe
into what errors even this divine principle may sometimes lead us, when it is not
moderated bv that right reason which was given us as ... Most of the sects that fall
short of the church of England have in them strong tinctures of enthusiasm, as the
Roman-catholic religion is one huge overgrown body of childish and idle
superstitions.

The Spectator By J Addison And Others

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We may however learn this lesson from it, that since devotion itself (which one
would be apt to think could not be too warm) may disorder the mind, unless its
heats are tempered with caution and prudence, we should be particularly careful
to keep our reason as ... Most of the sects that fall short of the church of England
have in them strong tinctures of enthusiasm, as the Roman. catholic religion is
one huge overgrown body of childish and idle superstitions. The Roman-catholic
church ...

The Churchman

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It is scarcely too much to say that nothing is more prejudicial to the success of the
Church's work than the sleepless passion for apparent and statistical success,
and the haste and excessive ardor with which a tangible and computable result is
... Catholic heritage; he emphasized the sacramental system, he used to the full
the faculties bestowed upon him by his priestly commission, he fostered the
religious community; he was saturated with the Catholic spirit of religious
devotion.

The Tablet

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Whilst we have many excellent works on our Lady and other popular Catholic
devotions, the number of books on the Blessed Sacrament is singularly few. ....
and experienced bishops, points out a blot which will, we hope, be speedily
removed from the character of Catholics in this country: In these Protestant
countries, we, the possessors of the Blessed Sacrament, have hardly yet learned
the only rule which Catholic faith can tolerate, that nothing can be too good for
Jesus on the altar.

Works

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He found, more pure, perhaps, and more elevated in Catholicism than in
Protestantism, that sublime morality which preaches equality to man, fraternity,
love, charity, renouncement of self, devotion to your neighbour : Catholicism, in a
word, ... which is also a want of the human mind ; and had proclaimed the
authority of individual reason : but it had so lost that which is the necessary basis
and vital condition of all revealed religion — the principle of infallibility ; because
nothing can live ...

The Works Of William Makepeace Thackeray

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
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He found, more pure, perhaps, and more elevated in Catholicism than in
Protestantism, that sublime morality which preaches equality to man, fraternity,
love, charity, denouncement of self, devotion to your neighbour : Catholicism, in a
word, ... wfaich is also a want of the human mind ; and had proclaimed the
authority of individual reason : but it had so lost that which is the necessary basis
and vital condition of all revealed religion — the principle of infallibility ; because
nothing can live ...

The Rural Visiter Sic

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Many there are, who leave their humility in the closet, and their devotion at
church; who are constant in the observance of all the solemn ordinances of ,
Christianity, but forget that golden rule of good will to all, without which all prayers
, and forms, and ceremonies, are but as a sounding brass, or a ... Nothing can
justify a single act of caprice, sullenness, or ill humour. ... If this salt have lost its
savour, where with shall it be seasoned 2* How unfit are many parents to
educate a daughter!

A Primer On Christian Worship

Author: William Dyrness
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Now prayer and reflection have no special connection withthis space, withany
object foundtherein, or withanyparticular action that might be observed there.
Here we might wonder what might have been lost from Calvin's locked — and
increasingly barren — church space. What was for medieval ... Conclusion
Faithful medieval worshipers — and, indeed, Catholic believers of the Counter-
Reformation — might have lamented all that was lost by the process of reform.
Now God was met ...