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Thomistic philosophy and all discussions of a metaphysical nature are primary, secondary issues regarding apologetics. Also anything regarding Catholic doctrine plus dogma and the application of it in real modern day life.42 Servers

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4 Sep 2020
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyle amoromnibus: that's beautiful! 16:54:31
@amoromnibus:matrix.orgamoromnibusThank you, it's so exciting!16:55:00
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleDo you have the cord and chaplet?16:55:03
@amoromnibus:matrix.orgamoromnibusNO!! Got a link?16:55:12
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleHmm... not really. You can order from Mugnano, but depending on your locale, there might be a local Archconfraternity center.16:55:50
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleIt could be easier to get through an Archconfraternity center if you have one nearby.16:56:13
@amoromnibus:matrix.orgamoromnibusI don't believe I do, sadly16:56:41
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleHere is the sanctuary's website (the sanctuary in Mugnano): http://philomena.us/cord-saint-philomena/16:57:40
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleThe important thing about the cord is that it must be blessed to have sacramental value. So, find a priest who knows about Philomena.16:58:11
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleI hear you could also find handmade cords on e.g. Etsy, but make sure to have them blessed.16:58:52
@amoromnibus:matrix.orgamoromnibusThat's awesome, will do. I just moved from my home and unfortunately left all my rosary making supplies there, otherwise I'd probably just make one16:59:24
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleSomewhere in a Boy Scout manual, I remember learning how to twist thread into rope. It's not that hard. It's just tedious. :-)17:00:14
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleThe chaplet looks like a single-decade rosary, except there are 13 beads. That's the only "unusual" aspect of it.17:00:44
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleYou can emulate it with a rosary, but it's emulation. (Sorry, the programmer side of me is coming out.)17:01:12
9 Sep 2020
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10 Sep 2020
@rimugu:matrix.orgrimugu2265 Legitima defensio potest esse non solum ius, sed grave officium ei, qui vitam aliorum praestare debet.21:52:42
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15 Sep 2020
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@rimugu:matrix.orgrimuguSaint Isidoro of Seville, saint patron of computers and the internet.17:46:32
17 Sep 2020
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19 Sep 2020
@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyle
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sent an image.
St. Isidore is my confirmation saint.
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@klipkyle:matrix.orgklipkyleThat's a good picture. Saved. Thanks!00:36:26
21 Sep 2020
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Should I get a Didache Bible or the Ignatius Catholic Study Bible (NT only)?

I would recommend getting a few different bibles so that you find one you really like to read.

The Knox Bible is a good vulgate version in English for example.

I quite like the rsvce which I think is the version used as the Ignatius Bible.

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@rimugu:matrix.orgrimugu
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I would recommend getting a few different bibles so that you find one you really like to read.

The Knox Bible is a good vulgate version in English for example.

I quite like the rsvce which I think is the version used as the Ignatius Bible.

English is not my first Language, so a mother translation like like rsvce appeals to me. I figure I can practice my non-technical English with some good reading that way
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22 Sep 2020
@gerryireland:matrix.orggerryireland The only ones I would steer clear of are those with too much archaic language that are hard to read, or word for word literal translations which tend to be unreadable are are useful only for study purposes. 16:46:19
@rimugu:matrix.orgrimugu
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The only ones I would steer clear of are those with too much archaic language that are hard to read, or word for word literal translations which tend to be unreadable are are useful only for study purposes.
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