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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
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
Many people are e-mailing me about Bishop Finn’s keynote address at the Second Annual Gospel of Life Convention.
Yes, folks. I know. I wrote about this over a week ago here: Bp. Finn: “We are at war” … Continue reading
Pro-lifers assaulted while collecting signatures against abortion
Madrid, Spain, Apr 28, 2009 / 03:24 pm (CNA).- On Saturday, April 25, three volunteers of the Right to Life organization and a Chilean in the town of El Ferrol were victims a … Continue reading
From a reader about the Vidi Aquam and Asperges… not to be confused with the wonderful vegetable:
At nearly every single High Mass I have attended, whether FSSP, ICR or SSPX, including most diocesan TLMs, the High Mass is preceded with … Continue reading
I can hear some of you now… after I post questions about liturgy or my pondered insights…
"But Father! But Father!", you say in frustration. "Who cares about the liturgy! What’s up at the feeder?"
What is up at the feeder, you … Continue reading
Apparently Card. Cañizares, Prefect of the CDW, has been hospitalized with thrombophlebitis. Given that he is in hospitalized in Rome, would you stop now, and in your charity, say a prayer for his swift and complete recovery?
From a reader:
I’m happy to pass along to you something in the brick-by-brick category. The administration of the International Theological Institute, an ecclesiastical theological faculty in Austria, invited a priest of the congregation Servi Jesu et Mariae to offer a … Continue reading
From a seminarian reader, rewritten for anonymity:
I was told that having a layman (including a seminarian/acolyte) serve as a sub-deacon constitutes an abuse. Sed contra, the FSSP regularly has seminarian sub-deacons. Do you know of any official documents which … Continue reading