Daily Archives: 18 February 2010

Did you hear a good Ash Wednesday sermon? Share a point.

If you heard an Ash Wednesday sermon which was worthwhile, share ONE SINGLE POINT you can recall for us, as concisely as possible… a single sentence, if possible.

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The Feeder Feed (Old Master Edition)

Since I have been on the road I haven’t been able to post many updates on the feeder… ANY updates. So here is an old master edition from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. You might remember from my postings from … Continue reading

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I love this museum in Philadelphia! Try to spend time in a good museum from time to time. I very much enjoy Turner. Of something about Benjamin Franklin:

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Musing on Summorum Pontificum

I noticed in John Zmirak’s article on "trads" that he picked up on a phrase I have been using for quite a while regarding Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.  I have been calling SP Pope Benedict’s "emancipation proclamation". Zmirak … Continue reading

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A great Lenten observation by Fr. Blake

Great phrase from Fr. Blake of St. Mary Magdalen in Brighton: "Lent is not an orgy of Pelagian self improvement"

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“Go back to Hell. Our Church belongs to Christ.”

You’ve got to love an article that winds up with the tag: And by changing back the flag, by taking back our Mass, we are saying: Go back to Hell. Our Church belongs to Christ. OORAH! An article on why … Continue reading

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