Daily Archives: 29 April 2008

What is Black Liberation Theology? Some basics.

As the controversy surrounding the Rev. Jeremiah Wright continues to build, and we hear more of what he has to say about the foundations of his world view and that of the church where he was pastor, it would not … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 54: Pro-Abortion Politicians and Communion; St. Ambrose and Emperor Theodosius

The apostolic visit of Pope Benedict XVI sparked off more debate about what bishops ought to do in the face of self-professed Catholic politicians who in a public manner act and speak contrary to the Church’s teachings and practices.  Should … Continue reading

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Rorate posts on Giovanni Guareschi – well done!

As some of you WDTPRSers might remember, I am a fan of the Don Camillo books and movies. So I was delighted to see that our friends at Rorate posted a really nice entry on the author Giovanni Guareschi.  I … Continue reading

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Telegraph: Names from terna for Westminster leaked?

In the UK, The Telegraph has published something rather interesting:  Short list to succeed Cardinal Murphy O’Connor By Tim WalkerLast Updated: 2:13am BST 28/04/2008 The candidates to succeed Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor as Archbishop of Westminster have been whittled down … Continue reading

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The Transalpine Redemptorists Declaration on Relations with Rome

Here is the Declaration on Relations with Rome issued by the traditional group called the Transapline Redemptorists.  My emphases and comments: Declaration On Relations with Rome Made In Honour of Our Lady of Good Counsel April 2008 We hold firmly … Continue reading

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Seton Hall University: TLM images

I got a nice note from a reader: Father Zuhlsdorf,   This evening I had the honor of attending the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite at Seton Hall University celebrated by Father Grimm. I took about 150 pictures of … Continue reading

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