Daily Archives: 25 January 2009

SSPX Bp. Williamson comments on the lifting of the excomm’s.

The SSPX’s Bishop Williamson responds to the lifting of the excommunication.
Let’s have a look with my emphases and comments.
The "Re-Incommunication"  [Does this seem a little flippant?  I don’t think this would be my headline after my excommunication was lifted by … Continue reading

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Cleveland newspaper on Vatican II and TLM

From the Cleveland Plain Dealer
Let’s have a look with my emphases and comments.
 
Vatican II reforms set in motion 50 years ago with Pope John XXIII’s edictMichael O’Malley The Plain Dealer
Before Vatican II, a priest celebrated Mass in Latin, facing the … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: How many times may I receive Communion in a day?

A reader in a comment under another entry asked a question about reception of Holy Communion.
Can [you] communicate twice if one Mass is 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time and the second one is Conversion of St. Paul.
 
Yes.
For Latins the 1983 … Continue reading

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Sunday 25 Jan: What happened in your parish?

What happened in your parishes today?
If you go to a Holy Mass using the Novus Ordo, did you observe the Conversion of St. Paul today?
If you go to a TLM, did you use the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany or the … Continue reading

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WDTPRS VOICEMAIL REVIVED

I had a couple donations from the donation button which have allowed me to revive the WDTPRS voicemail telephone numbers!
I had allowed them to lapse.
They are now living again, ad experimentum (that is, according to the donations… this … Continue reading

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A note of thanks for thanks

I have received many "thank you notes" via e-mail from readers for my comments on the lifting of the excommunications of the SSPX bishops.
You are welcome.  I add only that I do not speak for the Holy See.  I only … Continue reading

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