Daily Archives: 23 March 2007

More server news and tweaking the blog

I am told by the nice folks at Joyent that you folks have already pushed this blog to half the server’s capacity!!
All I can say is
KUDOS!!!  
Bring it on!  You are fantastic. 
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Hand Missal discussion and suggestions

In another entry about timing of an audience given by His Holiness to two cardinals in light of the forthcoming Motu Proprio, people in their understandable enthusaism started posting comments and recommendations about hand missals for use at the older, … Continue reading

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News about upcoming movies

Today on Bill Bennett’s weekday radio show Morning in America I heard from Micheal Flaherty President of Walden Media said that in production now are Prince Caspian of C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia and also The Screwtape Letters. 
I frequently … Continue reading

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Could this be it? Look at the audiences

Something is up.
From the Bolletino:
    Yesterday evening the Pope received in audience:
    His Eminence Francis Card. Arinze, Prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments;
    His Eminence Darío Card. Castrillón Hoyos, President of the Pontifical Commission … Continue reading

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Confessing sins to the Pope or to Fr. Joe Sixpack?

In another entry I wrote that the Pope will hear the confessions of young people on 29 March at the Basilica of St. Peter.  Commenting on that news item, someone said:
I wouldn’t like to go to confession with the Pope… … Continue reading

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Card. Zen on the Pope’s letter to Chinese Catholics

WDTPRS’s second favorite Cardinal is in the news in the South China Morning Post.  We always love reading about Joseph Card. Zen, Bishop of Hong Kong.  Munster had its Lion.  Hong Kong has its 麒麟 (Qílín).  Card. Zen gives us … Continue reading

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