Daily Archives: 5 July 2007

A break…. whew

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT I am heading down to the Sabine chapel to say vespers and then to the Sabine gym for a work out. Included will be a long sweat on the standing bike while I will kill many evil … Continue reading

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A pastor on Tridentine Mass “not a situation I want to repeat”

I was alerted by a thoughtful reader to an entry on the blog of the Our Lady of the Atonement Catholic Church, the first Anglican Use parish in the USA established on August 15, 1983. I have always been interested … Continue reading

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Card. Zen raises the stakes in Hong Kong

The South China Morning Post has an article about the continuing controversy in Hong Kong over the delays in implementing the democratic reforms after the handover in 1997. Act on reform or stakes rise, Zen tells Tsang Ambrose Leung The … Continue reading

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MP: three year trial period?

I am reading in ASCA today an interesting story about the MP. In this story the claim is made that His Holiness, listening to the concern of bishops, may be issuing the MP for a three year trial period. I … Continue reading

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A Te Deum: liturgical celebration of the Motu Proprio

You will recall that I have written on various occasions that when the Motu Proprio comes out we must sing Te Deum and Non Nobis, as they did in Henry V. I received a nice note from DS informing me … Continue reading

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