Daily Archives: 16 October 2008

Synod participant suggests Pope start a blog

This is interesting:
A Blogging Benedict XVI?Chinese Laywoman Makes Proposal at Synod
VATICAN CITY, OCT. 14, 2008 (Zenit.org).- One of the auditors at the world Synod of Bishops has suggested that Benedict XVI opens a blog to explain the word of God … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Why would someone under 60 want to attend the TLM?

From a reader:
Dear Father,
I have been asked by several people in my parish "Why in the world would anyone under 60 want to attend [that] Mass?!". Some of these very same people are fast approaching that age. I have expressed … Continue reading

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New Star Trek movie

Did you know that a new, reimaging of the original Star Trek – a movie – is being made?
I didn’t.
I am not much of a trekkie, I think.
I saw a still on one of the Catholic blogs out there… sorry, … Continue reading

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30 years….

Who can forget?

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San Diego, CA: FSSP parish

This was brought to me attention:
The FSSP has a parish in the Diocese of San Diego.The below info is from the Diocese of San Diego’s website: Parish: St. AnneYear Founded: 2008Pastor: Rev. Carl Gismondi, FSSPAddress: 621 Sicard Street San Diego, CA … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Are bishops obliged to establish “personal parishes”?

From a reader:
Dear Father Z:
Some people in Glasgow are considering asking Archbishop Conti for a personal parish. They are going to get some names of people who want one – a petition – and present them to His Excellency.
Then, … Continue reading

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Repeat invitation to priestly readers

I created a new category a while back,
Mail from priests
I would like to repeat my invitation.
Some of the most interesting feedback and news I get is from priests (and bishops) who are readers.
I like to be able to … Continue reading

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