The word aphorism (literally “distinction” or “definition”, from the Greek: ἀφορισμός, aphorismós ap-horizein “from-to bound”) denotes an original thought, spoken or written in a laconic and easily memorable form. The genre is also known as “maxim”.
- Truth over vocation.
- Truth does not care what you think.
- The Catholic Church is bigger than any one experience of her.
- Information is not education.
- Disobedience on the right is still disobedience.
- Many identify with Catholicism but few embrace it.
- The liturgy does not create the Church but the Church has liturgy.
- Belonging is more than knowing.
- The Bible is true because it is Catholic, not Catholic because it is Biblical.
- One cannot say “Yes” to Jesus without saying “Yes” to his Church.
- Jesus wants all of me, all of the time.
- Is that what the Church teaches or is it what you think the Church teaches?
- Nostalgia is not a virtue.
- Being informed” is not a virtue.
- Seeds of doubt are sown by the devil to tempt people away from the Truth.
- On an objective level, the term “Catholic Christianity” can only be used by those who have never looked at what the Catholic Church teaches.
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