Daily Archives: 30 September 2008


And so it begins On TBS: MIN @ CWS

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VIDEO: A CEO whose income is ZERO: Lasermonks on MSNBC

I got this note: I’ve been a long-time reader and occasional commenter on your blog.  Keep up the good work! For the last six weeks, I’ve been trying my vocation at the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Spring Bank in … Continue reading

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VIDEO: The Papacy of Reason: Inside the Mind of Benedict XVI

I am watching the DVD I was given in Rome, The Papacy of Reason: Inside the Mind of Benedict XVI.  Since I was in this documentary, I was given a copy.  It is really quite well made!  If you haven’t … Continue reading

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1571 Battle of Lepanto: in 4 hours 40,000 dead

There is a fascinating story in the Catholic Herald which you should all be looking at. Fighting for Christendom with oranges and lemons The Battle of Lepanto ended with scenes of surreal horror, discovers John Hinton 26 September 2008 A … Continue reading

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Where is St. Jerome’s body?

I posted this last year, but I put so much work into it that it deserves recycling on this feast of St. Jerome. Some time ago, there was a discussion on one of our splendid Catholic blogs making mention of … Continue reading

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Priests! Be not afraid! – A priest says his first TLM

I am speaking right now with a priest via skype who has just said his first TLM. Some quotes: "The more priests who start saying the older form of the Mass, other priests will find the courage to do so … Continue reading

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Sacramento: Bp. Soto speaks truth in charity to homosexual group

I am happy to report that more and more bishops are being bishops… and publicly too! Give this a few moments of your time, from California Catholic. My emphases and comments. “At least five members of the audience walked out” … Continue reading

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