Ike Ndolo, a Catholic musician who writes Christian contemporary songs.
Saint Athanasius, author of the Anthanasian Creed, which stresses that the Holy Trinity is one God, but three distinct Persons.
Catholic speaker Mike Patin and his finely-shaped moustache.
Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.
Saint Augustine, known as the “Great Convert,” produced theological writings in the 4th century A.D. Among them are Confessions and City of God. No word on whether Augustine sported a beard before his conversion.
Deacon James Keating is a theologian and Director of Theological Formation for the Institute for Priestly Formation in Omaha, Nebraska.
Fr. Dan Lenz is a Benedictine monk at Mount Michael Abbey in Elkhorn, Nebraska.
Eastern Catholic bearddage.
That’s Major-Archbishop Swiatoslav Schevchuk, the Primate of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. On the Eucharist, he has this to say:
Without the Eucharist, the Church would not exist. The holy Eucharist was the central point of our life. I remember once a priest I met. He never talked at great length about the sufferings, persecutions and tortures, but he mentioned that even in prison, all the priests would celebrate the liturgy. We were amazed; how could this be possible? Where did you get a Chalice and a Paten? He took off his glasses and said: “This is what we used; one lens served as the chalice with a drop of wine and on the other a piece of bread was placed, which served as the paten.” This is how they celebrated the liturgy in the prison or around the premises of the concentration camps.
(Source: zenit.org, via badwolfcomplex)