Daily Archives: 28 December 2007

Are attempts being made to silence Damian Thompson?

  I picked this up from the blog of my friend Fr. Raymond Blake (whom I hope to see, perhaps in February).  I think it is worth some attention in the Catholic blogosphere. My emphases. I thought you might be … Continue reading

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Presepio at St. Agnes

At St. Agnes in St. Paul there is always a very fine presepio, or creche, or nativity scene.  Here are a couple images. And here is one of those details which you just can’t plan:   The sanctuary is nice … Continue reading

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A Chicago make over

Yes, folks, it is possible to renovate without wreckovating.  It is also possible to unwreckovate.  Much can be accomplished with the combination of intelligence, good will, and lots and lots of money. The Institute of Christ the King, always good … Continue reading

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The rite of exorcism

There was a rumor going around that Pope Benedict was contemplating or working on a document about exocists.  According to law, dioceses must have an appointed exorcist.  I suspect many dioceses don’t.  There is a news item today from apcom.  … Continue reading

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