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 … Continue reading

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Museum

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 wrote … 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 more traditional … Continue reading

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