Daily Archives: 14 November 2008

We need work on the calendar

The liturgical calendar needs help.  I hope this is something the Holy See has considered. Recently we found out that the PCED determined that the old calendar can be used intact despite what is determined by conferences of bishops, viz … Continue reading

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Brek Ek Ek Ek Ek Koax Koax – GO TEAM!

Biretta tip to rogueclassicism: From Yale Daily News: Leave it to Yalies to cheer in ancient Greek at a football game. Tomorrow during the Yale-Princeton game, Yale Cheerleading will be reintroducing the “Long Cheer,” a traditional chant first used at … Continue reading

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An funny serious examen of conscience

Now this for some of our readers….  

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An uplifting sight

I have days when I am depressed about the state of the Church. On other days I am more buoyant.  This morning I received a photo of a two sheets on a bulletin board at the North American College in … Continue reading

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What did you have for breakfast today?

Ah… breakfast. People around the world have different breakfast habits. Italians often have just a roll and coffee with milk.  And let’s not forget Nutella! Germans will eat also some meat and cheese, like the "continental" breakfast. The Chinese have … Continue reading

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TLM in Ramsgate, Kent

From a priest reader: Fr Z, For information (and publication if you wish). As well as the weekly EF Low Mass on a Sunday morning at 8.30am we are introducing regular EF Sung Masses in this parish, thanks to a … Continue reading

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