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Les libérateurs au drapeau rouge

Les libérateurs au drapeau rouge

Célébration de la victoire sur le nazisme, le 8 mai est l’occasion de rappeler qui a payé le prix fort pour nous en débarrasser : l’Union soviétique. De Moscou à Stalingrad, de Stalingrad à Koursk, de Koursk à Berlin, l’Armée rouge a éliminé la machine de guerre hitlérienne. Mais demander simplement qu’on le reconnaisse est sans doute beaucoup trop demander. ... Lire la suite »

instrumentalisation ou servitude volontaire ? (1/2)

instrumentalisation ou servitude volontaire ? (1/2)

« Longtemps conçus dans le sillage de l’héritage sociologique webérien, la plupart des travaux portant sur la pensée politique de l’islam l’identifient à une structure figée qui doit immanquablement ramener le politique au divin, et dénier par-là aux hommes toute prétention à organiser l’espace civil ou toute possibilité d’agir sur le réel ». Makram Abbès, Islam et politique à l’âge classique, éd. ... Lire la suite »

instrumentalisation ou servitude volontaire ? (2/2)

instrumentalisation ou servitude volontaire ? (2/2)

L’un des autres lieux-communs qui se rapporte à l’islam en tant que spiritualité et religion, c’est que la notion d’individu lui est totalement étrangère. Souvent perçue comme une masse gigantesque et informe, dont seule une autorité forte saurait contraindre par la soumission. Ce que longtemps nos chancelleries ont approuvé en soutenant des régimes dits « forts ». D’ailleurs c’est sûr cette obsession ... Lire la suite »

Artificial Intelligence: The Holy See Pleads for an Ethical Algorithm

Artificial Intelligence: The Holy See Pleads for an Ethical Algorithm

Shortly before the Vatican closed because of the coronavirus, the members of the Pontifical Academy for Life worked on artificial intelligence (AI) and the urgency, for digital developers, to commit to writing an “ethical” algorithm in the different solutions developed. Some people are betting on AI to help fight the pandemic more effectively. Fr. Paolo Benanti is a professor of ... Lire la suite »

Vatican I: A Look Back at an Unfinished Council (4)

Vatican I: A Look Back at an Unfinished Council (4)

150 years ago, the First Vatican Council opened under the leadership of Pope Pius IX: FSSPX.News is going back over the fascinating history of the Council which was the theater of opposition between liberals and ultramontanes, at the end of which the dogma of papal infallibility was proclaimed. From February 22 to March 18, 1870, the work of the council ... Lire la suite »

The Czech Republic Remembers the Martyrs of Communism

The Czech Republic Remembers the Martyrs of Communism

Viruses of the spirit are far more dangerous than those of the body: by commemorating the 70th anniversary of the assassination of Fr. Josef Toufar, the Czech Church intends to remember the violence of the communist persecutions against Catholics, in a country where Marxism is far from having disappeared. Almost two years had passed since the “Prague coup” of February ... Lire la suite »

The Passion of Jesus Christ in the Psalms (2)

The Passion of Jesus Christ in the Psalms (2)

The Moral Sufferings of Our Lord We have talked about the physical and spiritual sufferings which Our Lord endured in the Agony of the Garden. We must also add the moral sufferings that He underwent. Among the most painful sufferings of His Passion, we must first name Judas’ betrayal and His friend’s abandonment. The Church emphasizes this during the liturgy ... Lire la suite »

Vatican I: A Look Back at an Unfinished Council (3)

Vatican I: A Look Back at an Unfinished Council (3)

150 years ago, the First Vatican Council opened under the leadership of Pope Pius IX: FSSPX.News is going back over the fascinating history of the Council which was the theater of opposition between liberals and ultramontanes, at the end of which the dogma of papal infallibility was proclaimed. Even if it seemed to have been – temporarily – set aside ... Lire la suite »

The Passion of Jesus Christ in the Psalms (1)

The Passion of Jesus Christ in the Psalms (1)

St. Robert Bellarmine, doctor if the Church at the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century, made a complete commentary over the entire Psalter, drawing on the Fathers of the Church, and the best exegetes. He showed how the psalms reveal the extent of the sufferings of Christ and the depth of His love for ... Lire la suite »