Daily Archives: 16 October 2007


What to do?

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Seminarians (parishioners) “traddy cliques”? Be careful.

There was a good comment in another entry (it doesn’t matter which). A seminarian, who will remain anonymous, made some very good points which many might take to heart.  I have in mind especially some of his fellow seminarians.  But … Continue reading

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Books from Baronius Press

I received today some books from Baronius Press. The titles were from different sections, and included titles like The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ The Way of Perfection There was also some fiction, Lord of the World, by … Continue reading

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Fr. Blake on Vatican II and lay involvement

Check out this thought provoking entry over at Fr. Raymond Blake’s place. Here is the very interseting post about lay involvement.  The question is raised: Are more people involved in Church now than fifty years ago? You know about Rule … Continue reading

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The most recent PODCAzTs

Here are links to the last few PODCAzTs. 046 07-10-08 Gregory the Great on when pastors should SPEAK UP; priests and getting your way045 07-09-28 Augustine on pastors; my Motu Proprio sermon in England; chapel veils044 07-08-27 St. Monica dies, … Continue reading

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PRAYERCAzT 02: Preface of the Most Holy Trinity

Welcome to another installment of What Does the Prayer Really Sound Like?  In this audio project I will simply read, and this week sing, the Latin prayers for the upcoming Sunday or feast from the 1962 Missale Romanum. If priests … Continue reading

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