Daily Archives: 18 October 2009

Brick by brick in Brighton

The great Fr. Blake of St. Mary Magdalen in Brighton has been reconstructing the inside of his fine parish church.
Here is a fine brick by brick shot from Sunday Mass.
 

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Archbp. Burke, TLM, Vatican Basilica

Our friend John Sonnen has some first images of His Excellency Most. Rev. Raymond Burke’s Solemn Mass in the Vatican Basilica.

UPDATE
Another view from Messa in Latino:

I found some of the accounts interesting.
I was especially amused by that of Robert Moynighan … Continue reading

Posted in Brick by Brick, SESSIUNCULA, SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM | 19 Comments

PRC interferes wtih the funeral of a bishop

His Hermeneuticalness picked up a story about Chinese state interference in the funeral of a bishop.
In a UCANews report:
The sources also said local government officials forbade the use of the term zhujiao (bishop) on banners and wreaths, but a compromise … Continue reading

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Did he say something wrong?

Just reviewing PODCAzT stats.
I don’t think people like St. Pope Gregory the Great!

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WDTPRSer positive project proposal

 
Under the entry about Marquette’s Bishop Alex Sample and the flack he is taking for acting like a Catholic bishop, a reader made a comment that struck home.
If WDTPRSers can move polls, surely we can support bishops who know how … Continue reading

Posted in Brick by Brick | 21 Comments

Hard times and your faith

I think a lot of people are experiencing harder economic times.
Questions.
What adjustments have you made materially?
What adjustments have you made spiritually?

Posted in The future and our choices | 22 Comments

Sorry about that!

The blog was down for over 12 hours.
Sorry about that.
I still don’t know what the problem is.
It seems there may be a site out there which is constantly drawing on the server… not in a malicious way, I think, but … Continue reading

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