Daily Archives: 13 October 2007

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PRAYERCAzT 01: 20th Sunday after Pentecost – 1962 Missale Romanum  Bp. Rino Fisichella on the Traditional Mass at the Pope’s University, the Lateran  Msgr. Perl of the Pont. Comm. “Ecclesia Dei”: we are drafting an instruction on the interpretation of … Continue reading

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PRAYERCAzT 01: 20th Sunday after Pentecost – 1962 Missale Romanum

Welcome to the inaugural installment of What Does the (Latin) Prayer Really Sound Like?  In this new audio project I will simply read, or maybe sometimes sing, the Latin prayers of the upcoming Sunday or feast from the 1962 Missale … Continue reading

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Is this some kind of joke?

Emory University is having a Summit on Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding sponsored together with the International Summer School in Religion and Public Life. The respondents…. For Islam: Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im For Judaism: David Rosen For Hinduism: Rajmohan Gandhi And for … Continue reading

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20 October event in NYC: The Motu Proprio and the Recovery of Christendom

I’d like to give a little bump to an upcoming event in NYC.   It sounds from the title of the event that they are in harmony with the Z-line on the purpose of the Motu Proprio. Una Voce New York … Continue reading

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Univ. of St. Thomas requires freshmen to read Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Here is a dreadful story from Lifesite about something that ought to bother everyone, not only Catholics. Let’s not have university students at a Catholic school read important literature… oh no.  Not something like Brideshead Revisited or Don Quixote or … Continue reading

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An article from Lubbock, Texas on the older form of Mass

Here is a story from Lubbock (Texas) Online. This article is really badly written, but even so it betray not just ignorance but also laziness regarding facts and backgorund along with a bias against the issue.   Still, it is instructive. … Continue reading

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