Daily Archives: 7 May 2008

Report and thanks

Not well today, though it is as beautiful as an early spring day can be.   I spent part of it finishing Michael D. O’Brien book Island of the World.  I received mail from Rome of offprints of scholarly articles penned … Continue reading

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Official: FSSP parish in Rome at Ss. Trinità dei Pellegrini

Our friend John Sonnen in Rome, who has Orbis Catholicus gives us the following news: It is with great joy that the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter announces the opening of a personal parish in the Diocese of Rome. The … Continue reading

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Need another reason for Summorum Pontificum?

If you are looking for reasons why we really needed Summorum Pontificum – well – let’s also say the GIRM then take a look at this video which I found at Orate Fratres. The video is from the May 2008 … Continue reading

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NCReg: Looking at Fr. Longenecker’s article

I picked up this piece from the National Catholic Register.  I beleive the author is associated with St. Mary’s in Greenville, SC, where the pastor, Fr. Newman, has been doing the excellent work of helping his parish return to ad … Continue reading

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