Daily Archives: 8 February 2007

Nice things on an otherwise difficult day

It was a thoroughly awful day today, long and difficult.  There have been a lot of reasons to be "down" (not a few of them on this blog, as it turns out).  I actually got myself a little bit of … Continue reading

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First Things: on Lefebvre and schism

As a follow up to my comments on schism in another entry, I found this in the blog of First Things (my emphasis): I will take up this distinction a bit further below, but I first need to take up … Continue reading

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8 February: St. Josephine Bakhita

St. Josephine Bakhita is a truly amazing saint.  Check out a biography of her here.  Let’s get right into a primary text. Here is a quote from St. Josephine about her life as a slave: "One day I unwittingly made … Continue reading

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Card. Castrillón Hoyos interviewed about “Tridentine” indult

I tip my biretta to participant Steven  o{]:¬)  for the link to an article in Die Tagespost.  Regina Einig interviewed His Eminence Darío Card. Castrillón Hoyos.  The text is in German.  I don’t have time to translate it for you, … Continue reading

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