Daily Archives: 26 June 2007

The Tablet: another dreadful editorial

It will hardly surprise anyone familiar with The Tablet that an article against the derestriction of the older form of Mass might emerge when the date of the MP ostensibly draws nearer.  In finem citius after all. The Tablet’s editorial … Continue reading

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“… keep clear of TradWorld!”

This WDTPRS blog was born from a project of helping people to know what the prayers of Holy Mass really say, because the Lord knows we are not getting their true content in the translation presently in use.  The idea … Continue reading

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Another “Where are you?” snapshot

In the last few minutes… here is a list of where some of your are: Fairfax, Virginia Dayton, Ohio Washington, District of… Stadtwald, Thuringen Columbia, Missouri Kleszczw, Krakow Pleasant Hill, California Vnersborg, Vastra Gotal… Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Nashville, Tennessee Adelaide, South … Continue reading

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Tosatti in La Stampa on Vatican appointments

In the daily La Stampa, Marco Tosatti has an article concerning possible upcoming Vatican appointments. After speculation about the appointment of Card. Tauran for Interreligious Dialogue, Tosatti riffs on the presence of men from Milan in the Curia. Tosatti mentions … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI: a different Motu Proprio – Changes Conclave legislation

Pope Benedict XVI desires that the manner of electing a Pope in a conclave will return to an earlier form.  The Motu Proprio is called Constitutione apostolica. John Paul II had changed the legislation to permit "simple election".   Under the … Continue reading

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Kath.net: 6 July for the Motu Proprio

The German language newsource Kath.net has published a piece indicating a date of 6 July for the Motu Proprio.  Also, H.E. Egon Kapellari, Bishop of Graz (Austria) will present a commentary on the document. Vatikan (www.kath.net) Das Motu proprio zur … Continue reading

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