Daily Archives: 26 July 2009

Southwark Cathedral

I rather like Southwark… little streets and interesting corners. I popped into the once-Catholic Cathedral for a visit.

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A curious parish bulletin note

  An alert reader sent me the following notice about a comment in a parish bulletin in the Diocese of Raleigh, NC, St. Mary’s in Willmington where Fr. Robert Kus. Fourth, beginning the last Sunday of August, the diocese will … Continue reading

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I had lunch today with a Dominican from a traditional community in France. We spoke about the corona, and the communities of religious who still maintain it. A different sort of corona… APOD show the total eclipse last week, compliments … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: licit use of languages for Mass

From a reader (edited): I am at the [organized thing for seminarians] for the summer and each Friday Holy Mass is celebrated in Spanish.  In my estimation, about 20-40 out of 173 seminarians here this summer spoke spanish as their … Continue reading

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Some pro-life news stories you should read

A couple related stories via CNA: First, a few lines of this… Proposed abortion reduction bill a Planned Parenthood ‘stimulus package,’ bishops’ pro-life official says Washington D.C., Jul 24, 2009 / 01:13 pm (CNA).- An official with the U.S. bishops’ … Continue reading

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N. Korea: Christian woman killed for distributing Bible?

From CNA N. Korea reportedly executes Christian woman for distributing Bible Seoul, South Korea, Jul 25, 2009 / 01:49 pm (CNA).- Last month North Korea publicly executed a Christian woman for distributing the Bible, South Korean activists said on Friday. … Continue reading

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