Daily Archives: 15 August 2007

Fr. Z in National Catholic Register

I was just informed by JM in Switzerland (go figure) that the National Catholic Register finally published an interview with me by Mr. Tim Drake about Summorum Pontificum. 
 
 

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Fr. Z’s 2006 sermon for the Assumption in Camden, NJ.

Last year on this day, in the Cathedral of Camden in New Jersey, I had the honor of delivering a sermon for the marvelous Solemn Mass with the 1962 Missale Romanum sponsored by His Excellency the Bishop and the Mater … Continue reading

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Glaswegian Archbishop’s hostility toward the Motu Proprio

NOTA BENE: At the time this was written, the text of the Motu Proprio was still a little fluid in regards to “stable group” and so forth.
I just got an amazing e-mail from a priest in Scotland (today seems to … Continue reading

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Cardinal of St Andrews and Edinburgh in Scotland to celebrate Extraordinary Rite for Assumption

I received this note via e-mail:
Just letting you know that tonight (Feast of the Assumption) the Cardinal of St Andrews and Edinburgh in Scotland is presiding at the Tridentine Mass at the Church he allows the FSSP to use. 
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4th Glorious Mystery revisted with the Fathers of the Church

Back in the day, I did a patristiblogger series called The Patristic Rosary Project.  Some newcomers to the blog may not have seen it.  Here is a slightly modified review of my entry for the 4th Glorious Mystery, appropriate for … Continue reading

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A problem with using the old calendar

Yesterday, which in the old calendar was the Vigil of the Assumption, was in the new calendar St. Maximillian Kolbe.  
It is hard to know how those using the old calendar would celebrate the feast of St. Maximillian. 
Some people, … Continue reading

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