Catholic Answers speaker and apologist Matt Fradd explains to a caller the difference between pornography and nude art.
Matt Fradd is Australian by birth and Catholic by choice. After experiencing a profound conversion at World Youth Day in Rome in 2000, Matt committed himself to inviting others to know Jesus Christ and the Church He founded. As a missionary in Canada and Ireland, Matt proclaimed the Gospel to over ten thousand teens and young adults. Matt has also served the Church through full-time lay ministry in Australia, Ireland, Canada, and Texas.
Matt has been seen or heard on the BBC, EWTN, The Irish Morning Show, and Catholic Answers Live, where he has shared his personal story of sin, redemption, and healing to people all over the world.
Recently, Matt, his fearless Texan wife, and their three beautiful children (Liam, Avila, and baby on the way) moved to sunny San Diego where Matt now works as an Apologist and Speaker with Catholic Answers. Matt best demonstrates his infectious passion for the faith when he speaks about the many wounds that pornography inflicts, the healing that Christ offers in the Sacraments, and the freedom that the Church proposes in Her teachings on the virtue of chastity.
www.romereports.com In 1939 the Italian Ministry of Culture founded the Institute for the Conservation and Restoration to maintain the country’s artwork and heritage. Five years later, in 1944, a school was also created in art restoration.
http://www.romereports.com Since 1983, Guatemalan artist Elsie Wunderlich has held exhibits in Guatemala, the U.S, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, France and Italy.
This is the second video I have made from the Ambrosian tradition. It is an Ambrosian Rite (i.e. Milanese) hymn from, I believe, the Easter Mass. It also seemingly Gregorianized. This version seems to use minor lyrical changes, by a different translation, or else it just sounds different because of a accent. The version also ignores the “Gloria Tibi” conclusion. “Michael Vanquishing Satan” by Raphael Sanzio. The full Latin text:
Hic est dies verus Dei, Sancto sereno lumine,
quo diluit sanguis sacer, probrosa mundi crimina.
Fidem re fundens perdi tis, coecosque visu il luminans,
quem non gravi solvit metu, latronis absolutio.
Qui praemium mutans cruce, Jesum brevi quaesi it fide,
Justosque praevio gradu, praevenit in regnum Dei.
Opus stupent et Angeli, poenam videntes corporis,
Christoque adhaerentem reum, vitam beatam carpere.
Mysterium mirabile! Ut abluat mundi luem,
peccata tollat omnium, carnis vitia mundans caro.
Qui hoc potest sublimius, ut culpa quaerat gratiam?
Metumque solvat charitas, reddatque mors vitam novam.
Hamum si bi mors devoret, suisque se nodis liget,
moriatur vita omnium, resurgat vita hominum.
Cum mors per omnes transeat, omnes resurgant mortui,
consumptamors ictu suo, perisse se solam gemat.
Gloria tibi Domine, qui surrexisti a mortuis,
cum Patre et almo Spiritu, in sempiterna saecula.