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Catholic Manhood Today Lesson 2

Posted By at Tuesday, November 29, 2016

In Lesson 2 of his book Catholic Manhood Today, Raylan Alleman covers the end of Chapter 2 on Strength including Consistency and Purity as a virtue to practice in maintaining our Strength.  Also, Chapter 3 is covered on the concept of Training.  Catholic Manhood Today can be purchased here.


 

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Spiritual Motherhood by Kyle Carter

Posted By at Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The feminist movement has done great damage to the true femininity of women.  In the end the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Mother will triumph.  In this talk, Kyle Carter focuses on that essential role of women as mothers and more specifically draws attention to all women's role as spiritual mothers particularly of Priests and Religious.
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Fr Wilfredo Comellas+ (1964-2013) Modern Words that Kill 19th Century 2013

Posted By at Monday, November 14, 2016

Fr. Wifredo Comellas (1964-2013) in one of his last recorded meditations reflects on the errors of the modern world in redefining the world God gave us.
During the French Revolution, the revolutionaries stripped the culture of everything Godly in order to deceive the people.  Further, people became valued based on what they could produce as a commodity instead of the human being made in the image and likeness of God
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Sanctifying Homemaking

Posted By at Monday, November 07, 2016

Based on GC Dilsaver's book The Three Marks of Manhood, the role of the mother in the home is one where she can offer her tasks in the home as prayers.  In this way, she is much more than a housewife, she is a home-maker, the maker of a home.  She sanctifies her duties by doing them cheerfully.  And her husband finds comfort and reason  when experiencing his wife being of such cheer.  She should be "home-loving" not running the rat race of the world while trying to be a stay-at-home mothers.  She should infrequently have to venture away from the home.  In this way she can maintain the tranquility and peace of a holy home and share it with her husband and children.

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The Wife's Role in the Domestic Church

Posted By at Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The role of the stay-at-home mother in the home is much more important than that of the husband.  The husband's role is to be at the service of the wife's because she is nurturing, forming, and educating young souls

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A Catholic Woman's Place is in the Home

Posted By at Monday, October 03, 2016

Based on GC Dilsaver's book The Three Marks of Manhood, a woman's place is in the home not because she is not good enough for the world but because she is too good for it.  In the home we can be as Catholic as we want to be forming families in truth.  A man needs to make it possible for his wife to be exclusively devoted to home and family.

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Patriarchal Devotion to the Wife

Posted By at Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Based on GC Dilsaver's book Three Marks of Manhood,  a man's familial devotion should be toward his wife.  In that, he protects her and keeps her spotless as St. Paul tells us.  She is allowed to stay home and sheltered from the profanities of the world.

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The Heart of the Home

Posted By at Monday, September 19, 2016

The roles of husband and wife in marriage are separate and distinct.  Pope Pius XI said that the husband is the head, and the wife is the heart.  Both are critical and vital parts of the body, and when either is neglected it could spell death to the family.