Daily Archives: 1 May 2008

QUAERITUR: Latin endings for prayers – which one?

I got another question which I don’t have time to answer at the moment, so I will put it out there for you readers to work on.
Dear Father,
I’m a fan of the blog.  I have a question, and I … Continue reading

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Alcuin Reid on the transfer of feasts in the Traditional Roman calendar to Sundays

I had a nice note from my friend Alcuin Reid, who has something to say about the recent statement of bishops of the UK and Wales about the trasfer of Holy Days of Obligation according to the traditional Roman calendar, … Continue reading

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FOLLOW UP: My review of the Visitor at Mass from Angelus Press

You may have seen the review I posted of a very helpful little booklet designed precisely For the Visitor at Mass.  It is on sale from the Angelus Press, publishing arm for the SSPX. 
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Archd. of Washington D.C. responds, sort of, about Senators receiving Communion at papal Mass

In my most recent PODCAzT, about the reception of Holy Communion at papal Masses by pro-abortion politicians, I expressed pleasure at the statement issued by His Eminence Edward Card. Egan, Archbishop of New York that former Mayor Rudulph Giuliani had … Continue reading

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1 May: Jeremiah, prophet

No, this doesn’t have anything to do with Black Liberation Theology.
Some people do not realize that many figures of the Old Testament are considered saints by the Catholic Church.  They are not celebrated on our main liturgical calendar but they … Continue reading

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