Daily Archives: 5 June 2009

Closing in…

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Mass for benefactors

It is an honor and duty to pray for benefactors.
I will have Mass for those who have been of help, donors and benefactors, at 2130GMT – 1730EDT.
Please join your prayers to the Holy Sacrifice.

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QUAERITUR: Birettiquette

I had a note from a priest reader about what I call "birettiquette", the proper use of the biretta in choro.
I am looking for the proper use of the Biretta by a priest at Mass.  I know the general rule … Continue reading

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New possible Secretary for Cong. of Divine Worship?

The intrepid Andrea Tornielli, whose columns and blog you readers of Italian should look at everyday, has a piece on the possible successor of H.E. Most Rev. Malcolm Ranjith as Secretary of the Cong. for Divine Worship.
Tornielli has suggested that … Continue reading

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A surprising shot in the arm!

Do you use Twitter?  (Latin pipata, or "tweets" from pipio "to twitter, chirp")
Do you know about the Top Conservatives On Twitter list?
There are some real heavy weights on that list, who have far more followers than I.
But we have nevertheless … Continue reading

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PRAYERCAzT 29: Trinity Sunday (1962MR)

Welcome to another installment of What Does the Prayer Really Sound Like? 
Today we will learn the antiphons, orations and readings, for Trinity Sunday in the 1962 Missale … Continue reading

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Polyphonic TLM in Ramsgate, Kent

From a reader:
Father Fisher at St Ethelbert and St Gertrude’s Church in Ramsgate (UK) will celebrate a traditional Latin mass in the Extraordinary Form on Sunday the 14th of June at 6pm, the first (hopefully) of a monthly 2nd Sunday … Continue reading

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