Daily Archives: 28 April 2007

Sales of the Pope’s book very strong

Reports are coming in about the sales of Pope Benedict’s new book, Jesus of Nazareth.  In some 10 days after its release, 510 thousand copies have been sold in Italy, 480 thousand in Germany and in Poland 100 thousand. The … Continue reading

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The BBC twists the Tridentine issue

In an entry yesterday I opined that as the date for the Motu Proprio becomes more concrete (or at least seems to become concrete) some journalists would go start freaking out.  Here is a piece from that bastion of conservative … Continue reading

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5 May could be it

In the blog of Damian Thompson on Telegraph.co.uk: May 5, the feast day of Pope St Pius V. That is apparently the date Pope Benedict has chosen for his announcement of the lifting of restrictions on the celebration of the … Continue reading

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