by MOURTOS GRIGORIATIS
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The Dogmatics were a Boston, Massachusetts band, active in the 1980s.
Peter, Paul, and Jerry met in the first grade at St. Matthew's Catholic school in Dorchester, Massachusetts. After eight years at St. Matthew's, each of their families moved from Dorchester to South Shore suburbs during while they were in high school.
Paul started a band with lifelong friend T.K, singer Skag, guitarist Sam Babbitt, and drummer Joey Olsen. They called themselves the Savage Beasties. This band would be the starting point for future bands. T.K eventually moved to Boston on Thayer St., where he co-founded "Spearhead Go" along with Barry Hall, B.C Kagan and Joey Olsen. This accomplishment encouraged Paul to move to the Thayer St. loft along with his twin brother Pete. Paul, eager to pick up where the Beasties left off, enlisted his brother and longtime friend Jerry Lehane to start a band in Boston. Their good friend Dan Shannon played drums in this new band. The future Dogmatics would play their first...
confessions of faith.
the faith is not knowledge or system
theology of church
ascetic & empirical
the truth is a person, Jesus not a theory.
try to connect with life.
cannot separate the subjects , all together
the historical needs and problems for the dogmas
connect with the Eucharist and worshipp
relate with deep human questions
inside the church
life of the church
revelation of god is PERSONAL
the bible is not a bank of truth, Jesus is the truth, church is his body
highest revelation Jesus
he who sees me sees the father
light of god, light of tabor
the work of the holy spirit
guides us to Jesus
reveals the truth.
cleans the sins
brings union, community
love the highest. 2 cor 13:13
to see the church is better than paradise
the church and dogmas
has the head of eucharist (bishop)
unity of bishops
acception of people
the authority of dogmas
faithfulness to god
accepted of the community in eucharist
infallibility of the church, not individuals
the personal life