Daily Archives: 25 September 2008

The Palace

I just concluded a visit to Buckingham Palace. Very few people. Fascinating. Some of the most beautiful rooms have seen. Well worth the effort if you are here at the right time if year.

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The Steak and Kidney Pudding Lunch

Today I have gone in search of another standard: steak and kidney pudding.
For dessert it will be Spotted Dick!
Just as I was getting the morning together, a priest from Essex called to ask if I could … Continue reading

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NEWARK: TLM implemented

From a reader:
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (259 Oliver St., Newark, NJ) has recently instituted a Latin Mass according to the More Ancient Use Monday-Friday at 7:30 A.M. We are planning to start a Sunday Mass at 5:00 P.M. … Continue reading

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TLM Seminary news

I got this from a reader:
Here at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, the theologate is having a workshop on the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite.  I have attached a copy of the schedule.   This morning we assisted at a Solemn High … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Communion rails – Fr. Z rants

A question from a reader:
I am wondering if there was once a "law" about the Altar Rail in a Catholic Church.  Did, or does, Canon Law, GIRM, or The Ritus Servandus speak to this piece of Church architecture?
 
I am away … Continue reading

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