Daily Archives: 29 June 2009

about that Windows 7 upgrade thing….

People are telling me I must upgrade to Windows 7.  Riiiight.   Like we had to upgrade to Vista… is that it?
So… asuming for a moment that this is in the cards….
Do you have to upgrade from the same version of … Continue reading

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The consecration begins

Please pray for the consecrandus.

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Fun Catholic iPhone ap “commercial”

With a tip of the biretta to Fr. Roderick,  I present this great iPhone ap commercial spoof with a Catholic twist.
It was made by P. Camarata.


It looks like that guy needs to charge his iPhone… a common experience we share.

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Mosaic of Benedict XVI at St. Paul’s “outside-the-walls”

From a reader comes yet another e-mail without a link:
Info from theratzingerforum: Our Pope’s Mosaic in St. Paul’s Outside the Walls hat been altered and shows now the pallium which the Pope is wearing now, no longer the one he … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Feast of the Precious Blood

From a reader:
As you know, July 1st is the Feast of the Precious Blood in the pre-1969 calendar.  Unfortunately, this is one of the "idea feasts" which didn’t make the "expert" cut in 1969 (and the highest-ranking victim of tinkeritis … Continue reading

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Prayer request

Today is the consecration as bishop of Fr. Lee Piche.   It will take place in the Cathedral of St. Paul, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
In your charity will you please pray for him?
Perhaps you might stop right now and say, right … Continue reading

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National Catholic Register thanks priests

On the very day the Year for Priests began, I was happily able to post about a nice thing that happened to me on an airplane.
This now comes from the editors of the National Catholic Register with my emphases and … Continue reading

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