The Fleet Sources -1 September 2019 – 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 40-C
Be Still And Know That I Am God (N) – Pray Without Ceasing (C) – Drawing Near to God (S)
The Psalms, New Catholic Version, A Saint Joseph Edition. New Jersey: Catholic Book Publishing Corp, 2004.
*see commentary at pages 7; Read Preface and Introduction, pages 7-24
*commentary for Psalm 6: pages 34-35
Marc Foley, O.C.D. The Ascent of Mount Carmel, Reflections. Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications, Institute of Carmelite Studies, 2013.
*@ p. 43, referencing the below:
Kiernan Kavanaugh, O.C.D., and Otilio Rodriquez, O.C.D. The Collected Words of St. John of the Cross. Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications, Institute of Carmelite Studies, 2017.
*Ascent of Mount Carmel, Book I, Chapter 8, number 2.
Saints Preserve Us! (N) – Champions of the Faith (C) – Heroes of the Faith (S)
Church Year – “All About the Trinity, Trinity Sunday History, Information, Prayers, Resources, Traditions, & More,” Introduction:
“Common wisdom is that if you discuss the Trinity for longer than a few minutes, you will slip into heresy…” http://www.churchyear.net/trinitysunday.html
St. Charles Borromeo – Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, Cycle C:
“The oldest doctrinal formulation of the Church’s belief in the Trinity is in the Apostle’s Creed, which… served as the basis of catechumenal instruction and as a baptismal confession of faith since the 2nd century.” http://www.scborromeo.org/biblestu/c_trinit.pdf
Scriptural Secrets (N) – Hidden Gems (C) – Pearls of Wisdom (S)
Catholic Faith and Reason – “Leo the Great: The First Pope Doctor of the Church” http://www.catholicfaithandreason.org/st-leo-the-great.html
*p.222, Aquilina: “One and the same Christ, Son, Lord, Only-begotten, known in two natures, without confusion, without change, without division, without separation.”
The Didache Bible, with Commentary based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church (NABRE)
*see commentary at bottom of page; The Woman at the Well, p. 1804
* see commentary at bottom of page; The Man Born Blind, p. 1820-21
There is no historical record of Galileans slaughtered by Pilate while offering sacrifice or of people killed by the tower collapsing at Siloam. But, Pilate’s reputation for cruelty supports this account. And tragic accidents were as likely then as now, though better reported today.