Pope Francis Through the Lens of St. Ignatius

By admin / March 29, 2014 /

A continuing theme of the Bellarmine Forum’s coverage of the Pope.

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The President Meets the Pope

By admin / March 27, 2014 /

“It is a mark of an evil spirit to assume the appearence of an angel of light.  He begins by suggesting thoughts that are suited to a devout soul, and ends by suggesting his own.  For example, he will suggest holy and pious thoughts that are wholly in conformity with the sanctity of the soul. …

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Feast of St. Blaise

By admin / February 3, 2014 /

Did you get your throat blessed today?  (Church of Saint Agnes, St. Paul, Minnesota)

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Save the Date!

By admin / January 13, 2014 /

Our very own Chris Manion, Director of the Campaign for Humanae Vitae, will be speaking at this important conference:

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Pope Francis Greets Pope Emeritus Benedict for Christmas!

By admin / December 24, 2013 /
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Where Do Rights Come From?

By admin / December 20, 2013 /

A primer from our Chairman:

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By admin / December 9, 2013 /–a solid Catholic internet apostolate complete with solid commentary by the likes of Phil Lawler and Dr. Jeffrey Mirus–has given a solid review of the Bellarmine Forum.  One of the services that Catholic Culture does for its readers is to evaluate various Catholic websites for their fidelity to the Magiserium.  How did we do?  Check…

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iTunes feed for Footnote podcast restored

By admin / January 4, 2013 /

Earlier today, we sent this announcement to our email list subscribers (if you don’t already subscribe, it’s easy to do right here). AMDG+BVMH   Feast of Elizabeth Ann Seton, 2013 Dear friends of the Bellarmine Forum, Recently, we moved around a lot of things on our website in preparation for the new version coming soon. This caused…

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Website will be Temporarily Unavailable Friday Overnight

By admin / August 10, 2012 /

We are moving the blog to our new home at Dreamhost, who has graciously provided us with free hosting. There’s a lot of logistics to make this work well, so say an extra Hail Mary this goes smoothly! We’ll see you on the other side!

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The Sacred Priesthood

By admin / June 23, 2005 /

The Sacred Priesthood By FR. JOHN ZULSDORF In the small space allotted here, I cannot linger over the profound depths of each and every point I could make about God’s design for our salvation, the role of mediation and why God chose that His gifts to us should be extended through mediators, the mystery of…

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