Daily Archives: 5 October 2009

NCR…. flying on fumes

Here’s a good one from Joe Feuerherd publisher of the ultra-lefty dissenting National Catholic Reporter, which turns 45 years old:
I know that NCR makes a difference. After all, without it, who would find out what is going on in … Continue reading

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11 Oct – Bristol – Day of Recollection

An FYI for my friends in the UK:
Sunday 11 October 2009 atSt Antony’s Catholic Church, Satchfield Crescent, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7BEDay of recollection by Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSP(Superior of the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter in England & Wales … Continue reading

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Excellent image

I found this on Patrick Madrid‘s site:

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A site with the traditional Breviarium/Missale Romanum

The mighty P.P. of Brighton, Fr. Blake of St. Mary Magdalen, posted about a site which presents the Missale Romanum in the older, traditional form.  You might want to take a look.
It is on the fine Italian language site Maranatha.

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What is your good news?

Take a moment to think about good news or developments in your life or events which point to graces received.
Let us know!

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Facing a hard week

Prayers please!

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A question about Kerala

The great Sandro Magister of Chiesa has a piece today which prompts a question.
Here is the very first part:
The Kerala Exception. A Trip to India’s Most Christian and Peaceful State
There are ten times more Catholics there than elsewhere, but they … Continue reading

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The Red Mass

On the 1st Monday of October the Supreme Court of the United States begins its new season.
There are now six Catholics on the SCOTUS.  In the history of the Court there have only been twelve.
This morning was the Red Mass … Continue reading

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