Daily Archives: 4 May 2007

Comprehensive answers

We are all having fun with conjectures about a date for the Motu Proprio. And it is fun isn’t it?  Still we must be realistic about it as well as more than a little resigned.  If we retain a sense … Continue reading

Posted in SESSIUNCULA | 37 Comments

What the Pope is doing in his Audiences

  The excellent and gentlemanly Sandro Magister has a good summary piece on the Holy Father’s weekly Wednesday Audience series on the Fathers of the Church he began on 7 March last.  You should check it.  There are some good … Continue reading

Posted in Patristiblogging, SESSIUNCULA | 12 Comments

PODCAzT 24: Insomnia and Clement of Rome

Rome has conspired against my sleeping, alas.  This can be a noisy City.   Therefore, I chose to spend my time on another PODCAzT, this time on a selection in GREEK … (ugh… I don’t really like Greek), attributed to St. … Continue reading

Posted in Patristiblogging, PODCAzT, SESSIUNCULA | 16 Comments