Daily Archives: 31 December 2009

Spaghetti al seminario

I mentioned on Plurk/Twitter that I was going to make what I call "spaghetti al seminario".  This is pretty simply stuff and you can put it together with brutal speed.  The name comes from the fact that in my seminary … Continue reading

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Happy New Year of Salvation 2010!

May God bless you all abundantly for this New Year of Salvation. Have any resolutions?

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A priest “ties one on” for the New Year!

From a priest friend and reader in an e-mail entitled simply: MANIPLE In honor of Fr. Z, I’m tying one on tonight, and tomorrow morning! Happy New Year! I love it when a priest is determined to tie one on … Continue reading

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Blue moon eclipse revisited

One of you readers caught the partial eclipse of the blue moon! Very cool. As view from Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, GB at 1928 local time. Another, a priest friend, sent this from Ascona, Switzerland at 2010 GMT!

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1st Vespers in St. Peter’s: Pope Benedict’s exhoration to vocation

During 1st Vespers of the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, with the singing of the Te Deum for the end of the year, the Holy Father said, in my translation: Dear brothers and sisters, Rome needs priests who will … Continue reading

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Jesuits comment on the new translation, and get it right

A couple weeks ago in my column for The Wanderer I spoke of the work of Christine Mohrmann.  Also, I have on various occasions opined that sometimes it is okay for something you know to be a translation to actually … Continue reading

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Rush taken to hospital for chest pain

In a FOXNews story: HONOLULU —  Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was taken to a hospital with chest pains on Wednesday, a Honolulu television station reported. Paramedics responded to a call at 2:41 p.m. from the Kahala Hotel … Continue reading

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