Daily Archives: 2 July 2008

Tradition means the whole of Catholic life, not just liturgy

A story from the Catholic Herald, the best of the UKs Catholic papers to which you should subscribe if you don’t already, has a very interesting story. Oxford’s martyrs to be honoured with a plaque By Ed West 4 July … Continue reading

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The Sabine Report: Penjing has a new companion!

Here is the latest from The Sabine Farm. The weather has been gorgeous and there was a wonderful heavy rain in the early morning.  There is nothing quite as satisfying as waking up to rain on the eves knowing that … Continue reading

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Tornielli on the SSPX reponse to Rome: more time

The intrepid Andrea Tornielli of Il Giornale, an Italian daily, has this piece on his blog.  My translation, emphases. I have learned from a certain source that, contary to what has emerged in certain articles, the response of the [SSPX] … Continue reading

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