Daily Archives: 6 July 2009

How it gets done

"But Father! But Father!", ring the incipits of some e-mails. "How do you get everything done?  You seem to read a lot and post a lot." 

This is how it gets done, sometimes.
I multitask.
For example, this is how I read … Continue reading

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Posted in My View, SESSIUNCULA | 29 Comments

The Problem With Toning Down the Rhetoric – And Why We Probably Won’t Do It

The Problem With Toning Down the Rhetoric – And Why We Probably Won’t Do It
Some of my Catholic friends have been urging me and others on the Catholic right … Continue reading

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New SSPX church to be built in Kansas

From a reader:
Fr.  I don’t know if you’ve seen it or not, but the SSPX is building a new church in St. Mary’s, KS.  It will seat 1,300 people, and will be a Gothic style church.  For an image of … Continue reading

Posted in Brick by Brick, SESSIUNCULA | 51 Comments

Pope Benedict reminds us about the Precious Blood of Christ

July is a month especially dedicated to our devotion to the Precious Blood of Christ.
The 1st of July remains the Feast of the Precious Blood in the traditional Roman calendar.  For a long time, from the time of Bl. Pius … Continue reading

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Magister helps us with the “Cottier article” and Pres. Obama’s meeting with journalists

The gentlemanly Sandro Magister of chiesa has posted an examination of the piece published in 30 Giorni under the name of Georges Card. Cottier, designed to color in advance the upcoming meeting of Pres. Obama with Pope Benedict. 
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Reminder: The future and our choices

The future and our choices

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Fr. Z asks a favor… for fun

Please do me a favor… just for kicks.
Mulier Fortis, a friend of mine in England and good blogger, is interested in what sort of stat spike we can create.
Go POUND her site to bits.  All it takes is a click.
Are … Continue reading

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