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This just in from The Earth Times:
Washington – Most Americans have a positive view of the Catholic Church and Pope Benedict XVI, ahead of his visit to the United States next month, despite years of negative publicity resulting from the … Continue reading
My friend Fr. Ray Blake of St. Mary Magdalene in Brighton has a very interesting post, which I share with you here, with my emphases and comments.
The Sacred Liturgy isn’t just about what happens in Church, it should touch every … Continue reading
Here is a snapshot from the last few minutes of some of the places the blog’s software is detecting you are connecting from.
Since sometimes you may be connecting to the internet through some node at some distance, these are … Continue reading
Over at The Crescat there is another kind of blog award project going on!
Be sure to participate! The nomimations are being taken now and voting starts on 1 April.
… honoring the great ‘obscure little guy’ blogs. … Continue reading
Were it not for the observance of the Octave of Easter, today would have the Feast of the Annunciation.
However, did you know that today is the feast day of St. Dismas the "Good Thief"?
Here is his entry from the … Continue reading
This just in. My emphases and comments.
Cistercian monks of Holy Cross sign Major Record Contract to Sing Gregorian Chant3/26/2008
Catholic News Agency
After a contact in London informed the Cistercian monks of Holy Cross monastery about Universal’s search for Gregorian singers, the … Continue reading
Here is some new via e-mail.
Here it is with my emphases and comments.
The TLM resumed to-day at noon in St. Colman’s Cathedral, Cobh, Co. Cork after more than forty years. The Mass was celebrated by Bishop John Magee of Cloyne. … Continue reading
Here is an article in the Boston Herald which I think some of you will enjoy very much.
Boys step up to altar, en MassBy Laura Crimaldi | Sunday, March 23, 2008
A new generation of young altar servers captivated by … Continue reading