Daily Archives: 27 July 2007

The Tablet: another piece on the Motu Proprio

The English lefty tabloid The Tablet (28 July) has a somewhat more balanced piece than the usual hysteria we can expect from the ranks of their writers.  Today we read a contribution by a man who back int he day … Continue reading


PODCAzT 39: St. Augustine on Christ the Mediator; “for all” or “for many”?

  In today’s PODCAzT, we hear from St. Augustine of Hippo (+430) who contributes to the second reading in today’s Office of Readings.  The selection is from Bk 10 of the Confessions.  I use that as a spring board … Continue reading

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Archd. of Indianapolis newspaper on older Mass

In the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, The Criterion, there is a good article on the older form of Mass. My emphases and comments.   English? Latin? Parish builds unity out of liturgical diversity By Sean Gallagher On July … Continue reading

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