Daily Archives: 6 September 2007

Recognitio for Canadian Lectionary with inclusive language

The Catholic Register in Toronto reports that the Holy See has granted a recognitio for a Lectionary with the NRSV, which has inclusive language. My emphases and comments. The Catholic Register: After years of inclusive language war, Bible gets Vatican … Continue reading

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Card. Kasper: “we did not mean that these others were somehow false churches”

This is an odd piece from Christian Today. My emphases and comments. Vatican Representative Plays Down ‘One True Church’ StatementEuropean Church leaders iron out concerns over the Vatican’s recent ‘one true church’ statement at the Third European Ecumenical Assembly currently … Continue reading

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The Spectator about resistance to the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.

Damian Thompson has an interesting piece in The Spectator about resistance to the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum. My emphases and comments. An exciting time to be Catholic This is a true Catholic revolution Damian Thompson The enemies of the old … Continue reading

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A reader questions me about bishop’s possible stalling tactics.

I received an interesting e-mail from a reader.  It concerns a "delay" in the implementation of the older form of Mass in a major diocese of the USA.   Here is the letter.  I have edited out the identifying details. My … Continue reading

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A priest is concerned about a “hybrid” form of Missa Cantata: questions raised.

I got this very interesting e-mail from a priest friend.  Here is the priest’s concern: As far as I could tell from the picture you posted of the Mass in Vermont, the bishop was celebrating not a Solemn Mass but … Continue reading

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GRAPHICS: Wake Up And Smell The Incense!

Once I get some images together maybe we can have a little vote. UPDATE: We might need another also with possible variations: 1. 2.   3.   4.    5. 6.   7.   8.   9.  

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