Daily Archives: 6 July 2007

Chillin’ the Veuve

On the deck, with the little steeple of the Sabine chapel in the background. One bottle of the Widow is in the seau a glace, the other sits patiently on the MP itself (which remains under embargo until noon Rome … Continue reading

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A song honoring the Motu Proprio

Maybe you won’t be able to sing Te Deum and Non Nobis in a liturgical setting, but you can walk around yodeling this offering from our frequent contributor Tim Ferguson, Official Parody Songwriter of WDTPRS. To the tune of “La … Continue reading

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Another parish Te Deum: Mater Ecclesiae

News of planned celebrations marking the promulgation of the Motu Proprio, a document still under embargo at this time, are starting to roll in. I received this from my good friend the excellent Fr. Robert Pasley, who with his happy … Continue reading

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Decrees for the Causes of Saints

Some time ago it was reported that the Congregation for Causes of Saints sent to the Holy Father its decision about the heroic virtue of Servant of God Eugenio Pacelli, Pope Pius XII. When the Congregation sends up their Decretum … Continue reading

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Intentions for Friday Mass as thanks to you

On Friday 6 July in the Vatican Basilica there is observed the Feast of all the Holy Roman Pontiffs…. Omnium Sanctorum Romanorum Pontificum. This sounds rather like… well…. In the newer calendar it will be the feast of St. Maria … Continue reading

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