Daily Archives: 29 April 2009

Message in a bottle

Have you ever put a message in a bottle and thrown it into the ocean?  Buried it to be retrieved later?  Or not?
Message in a bottle from the HolocaustOn September 9, 1944 seven young men buried a message in a … Continue reading

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Deplorable “Catholic Democrats” deplore Amb. Glendon

I am all for an identifiable Catholic presence in the public square.
That said, this group is becoming more and more divisive: Catholic Democrats.
Here is their latest defense of Notre Shame, which involves the denigration of Amb. Mary Ann … Continue reading

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Lacking only feathers sticking from his mouth….

From The Black Biretta, the blog of Fr. Trigilio:
 
Tiberius (Gaius Claudius Nero Caesar) on his imperial throne looking at Fr. Z’s scrumptious aviary friends

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Bp. Tobin speaks powerfully about unnatural marriage

His Excellency Most Reverend Thomas Tobin, Bishop of Providence, has something to say in the Rhode Island Catholic.
The usual methods of social re-engineering include what I call "creeping incrementalism".  You start slowly, not trying to attain everything you aim for … Continue reading

Posted in The future and our choices | 69 Comments

Priest forgives suspect in confessional stabbing

From CNN.
Priest forgives suspect in confessional stabbing
By Rich PhillipsCNN Senior Producer
VERO BEACH, Florida (CNN) — The Rev. Michael Massaro says he has a few aches and pains, but a good night’s sleep has done him some good as he recovers … Continue reading

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Little Sisters of the Poor, Newcastle – TLM

From a reader:
Mass at the Little Sisters of the Poor, NewcastleTonight there will be a Missa Cantata in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite at the chapel of the Little Sisters of the Poor, Westmorland Road, Newcastle at 7pm. … Continue reading

Posted in Brick by Brick | 34 Comments