Daily Archives: 19 April 2007

PODCAzT 20: Leo the Great and Benedict – Habemus Papam!

Today’s PODCAzT takes us to the 5th century to spend some time with Leo the Great, Pope from 440-461.  Leo was very conscious of the primacy of the Bishop of Rome among all the bishops of the world.  Also, today … Continue reading

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Time for sleep

A last glance out the window…
 
 

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Eucharistic Procession at Notre Dame

Everyone who is within striking distance of Notre Dame should give support to the Eucharistic Procession which will take place on 22 April 2007.  
On Sunday April 22nd, 2007 the University of Notre Dame will hold its 3rd annual Eucharistic … Continue reading

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Images from a conclave

At the Lateran there has been a wonderful exhibit about the history of conclaves.  There is a display of objects from various conclaves, including that which elected His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI.  Here are a few interesting items.
First, the Cardinals … Continue reading

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Where are you?

Today is the 2nd Anniversary of the election of Pope Benedict XVI.  That was quite a day.   You might chime in to say where you were and what you were doing when you heard the news.
This is what I … Continue reading

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