Daily Archives: 12 June 2008

Bp. Trautman doesn’t think you are smart enough to understand the proposed new translation of Mass

I was alerted to this by one of the veteran WDTPRSers who added: "Does anyone care about this stuff anymore?" Here is the headline: Bishop Trautman objects to some proposed language changes So, a bishop near the end of his … Continue reading

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Big move coming up in Rome: Card. Ruini will move on

This is in from ANSA in my translation: Ruini pre-announces his farewell to the Diocese [of Rome] He should be leaving governance of the diocese of Rome at the end of June CITTA’ DEL VATICANO, 12 June – The words … Continue reading

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Acton University: Day 2

This morning’s session of the annual Acton University sponsored by the Acton Institute in Grand Rapids, MI, (392 people participating from 51 countries).  People map out their own courses.  Today, I began with a presentation by Kishore Jayabalan, head of … Continue reading

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Excommunicated SSPX Bp. Williamson speaks

Over at our friends of Rorate there are excerpts of an interview with the ecommunicated SSPX Bp. Williamson. Rorate has quite a few excerpts, and you should go there to see them, but I want to lift and post some … Continue reading

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L’OssRom: Neo-Cat Stats approved by Holy See

I saw in L’Osservatore Romano‘s daily edition in Italian that the Pont. Council for Laity has approved the statutes of the Neo-Catechumenal Way. In the past, the Neo-Cat Way has had some fairly serious liturgical aberrations as part and parcel … Continue reading

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Busy morning with Acton University

I have been in conferences all morning and the Internet was down at my hotel. Thus, I am posting from my phone… again! The Acton University has been excellent. I will finish my post on the first day and start … Continue reading

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