Joined: Dec. 10, 2012
Work: Quality Assurance Analyst (Wells Fargo)
Hobbies: Sports, Music (writing/playing), widdling/chiseling/sculpting/staining, writing/reading
Family: Me, wife (Jacqueline) and son (Joshua)
Locations: Saint Paul, MN (current); Born in Boulder, Colorado; served in OH, and MI (esp. Detroit)
Oct. 23 at 12:04pm | Comments: 3 | Most recent comment: Oct. 27 at 11:17am
A variety of terms have been used by Scripture scholars, philosophers, and theologians in the last century to describe the interpersonal dynamic within marriage of “the sweet yoke of harmony” between husband and wife. Surprisingly, not all of these terms carry equal weight with the Church. Indeed, one is conclusively erroneous: 1) Unity-Subordination (Clark) 2) Mutual Subordination (Grabowski) 3) Active Collaboration (Ratzinger) 4) ...
Oct. 13 at 1:32pm | Comments: 1 | Most recent comment: Oct. 13 at 2:00pm
In the past twenty years or so, many works concerning the renewal of manliness have been published by social scientists, pop psychologists, etc. Wild at Heart and “Wimps and Barbarians” rank among the more well-known titles, the former’s popularity reaching to nearly all corners of Christian churches in the United States. Surprisingly, however, the loss of manliness is not listed in the Bishops’ document as one of the problems for marriage and family,...
Sep. 19 at 3:20pm | Comments: 15 | Most recent comment: Sep. 22 at 4:43pm
English lacks the differentiation of the word ‘know’ like that of ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’ of Spanish. In Spanish, ‘saber’ refers to a knowledge of places, things, and ideas, whereas, ‘conocer’ refers to a familiarity with persons. I make mention of this differentiation in Spanish to illustrate Dubay’s same dichotomy in his Authenticity: We may distinguish two types of knowing: one is particular, specific, thing-centered, while the...
Sep. 18 at 11:00am | Comments: 26 | Most recent comment: Sep. 19 at 4:33pm
JPII and TMIY *Introductory note: Steve Bollman and Steve Clark both graduated from Notre Dame at different times and have had no interaction. Yet, they share very similar view of male leadership (though Bollman claims his influence is JPII). I'm interested in what the Personalist Project says of Bollman's ministry. Here are links to further resources: www.paradisusdei.org, http://vimeo.com//52889580 (a video of Steve presenting to a parish in CO,...
Sep. 9 at 11:01am | Comments: 35 | Most recent comment: Sep. 10 at 10:25am
St. Paul’s teaching on subordination has met with considerable public backlash since the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Questions abound as to whether the teaching itself is even based on the message of Jesus, or on some abstractions of Judaic or Hellenistic practices of running a household. Dr. John Grabowski does well to point out the differences between non-Christian cultures’ approach to marriage versus the way the early Church lived out marriage in the light...
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