Daily Archives: 25 October 2007

1957 vs. 2007… or “You just want the fifties back!”

Thanks to Sacramentum vitae (the blog, not the Eucharist) I have this to share from Professor Tony Esolen at Mere Comments posts the following satire from a reader. How many times have some of us heard from the spittle-flecked lips … Continue reading

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In Arkansas, 3 day program on Summorum Pontificum

Here is some spectacular news from the Arkansas Catholic. My emphases and comments. Arkansas priests get overview on Latin Mass Seminary professor leads three-day program on ‘motu proprio’ Published: October 27, 2007Malea Hargett By Malea HargettEditor Fifty-seven priests and two … Continue reading

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PRAYERCAzT 04: Feast of Christ the King – 1962 Missale Romanum

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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Diocese of Clifton: “liberal in the best sense of the word”

Damien Thompson of Telegraph.co.uk has a very interesting piece about how the older form of Mass is getting traction in the Diocese of Clifton, in England.  A good point is made: "By allowing the Pope’s wishes to be implemented naturally, … Continue reading

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What if…

UPDATE: I am bumping this back to the top. I was just watching some news coverage of the fires burning in California. A woman interviewed, said they were given 5 minutes warning before being evacuated. She said: "I have no … Continue reading

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