Daily Archives: 3 May 2007

“The advantage of the outsider!”

I received a thought provoking e-mail.  The author is a professor in a Catholic university.  I’ve anonymized it. I’m preaching at a first mass on May ___: a young man who gives hope amid the desolation hereabouts. He would be … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 23: Tertullian on heretics and 5 May for the Motu Proprio

Today’s PODCAzT get’s into De praescriptione haereticorum of Tertullian, a chunk of which is featured in today’s Office of Readings for the Feast of Sts. Philip and James, apostles. I also speak about the "Tridentine" Mass and a peculiarity of … Continue reading

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Spinnin’ the Motu Proprio!

Remember when a dopey guy in a UK paper called people like me "Ultra-conservative ‘Tridentine’ Rite Spin Doctors"? Over at Nihil Obstat we have taken the next step.  You have to love this DJ imagery!  How to work this into … Continue reading

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