"The new Adam wanted to associate the new Eve to himself from the beginning, raising her 'yes' to the rank of a co-constituent of the Incarnation."
“The Church ‘is’ the immaculate and indissoluble unity of the love of the Trinity poured out upon and received by the Handmaid of the Lord.”
The Eucharist as Sacramental IncarnationMichael Figura
“The ‘transformation’ that took place in the womb of the Virgin Mary, in which the eternal Logos became man by the overshadowing of the Holy Spirit, anticipates the transformation of bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus.”
Envy and Ingratitude in the Adversus Haereses of IrenaeusMichael Heintz
Wasted Time?Rémi Brague
“The ‘hidden life’ is the chronological translation of the difference between a revealed message and an Incarnation. It is demanded by the very nature of what Christianity brings.”
How Risky Is The Risk of Education? Random Reflections from the American ContextStanley Hauerwas
“The Christian faith may shape the material conditions that make what Christians mean by physics quite different from what physics might mean if it is produced by those who do not share our faith.”
"If, in fact, tradition is the gift of the hypothesis of truth in the very person of the educator, this educator cannot but be a witness."
Mentality and Personality: Newman and Giussani on Catholic EducationM. Katherine Tillman
History and Revelation: Critical Access to the Figure of Jesus ChristAlfonso C. Rouco
“The ‘biological’ and the human are inseparable in the figure of Mary, just as are the human and the ‘theological.’”
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