Daily Archives: 5 November 2007

Pius XII: Be proud to be a Jew!”

With a tip of the biretta to Against The Grain    o{]:¬)  I alert you to this fascinating piece from Inside The Vatican edited by my friend Robert Moynighan, to which you should subscribe after you subscribe to The Wanderer.
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Interview with Archbp. Ranjith: those who resist Summorum Pontificum guilty of the sin of pride

The highly estimable Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, His Excellency Most Reverend Malcolm Ranjith Patabendige gave an interview to Bruno Volpe of Petrus where you can find the original Italian. 
Rorate has their … Continue reading

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Mass for deceased Pontiffs

Today in St. Peter’s Basilica, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI celebrated Mass in suffrage of his predecessors.
Note the color of vestments: red.

Red is used for Masses and funerals for Popes in this manner.
Also, today was, nisi fallor, the first … Continue reading

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Conference of the Philippines statement about Summorum Pontificum

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines has issued a statement about Summorum Pontificum.  It was probably penned by Fr. Anscar Chupungco, OSB.  This is one of the olympian reformers of the liturgy after Vatican II and a guru of inculturation.  … Continue reading

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Cool tech story: T-DMB pilot for Vatican Radio

Do you remember the story in Matthew 13 about how Jesus taught the crowds?
They were along the shore and a large crowds of people were pressing in.  So, the Lord sat in a little boat and the disciples let it … Continue reading

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Where are you?

It has been a while since I showed you readers some of the places whence your fellow internauts are surfing to WDTPRS.
Remember, these geopgraphical places are a little vague.  When you log on, you might actually be registered on the … Continue reading

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