Daily Archives: 3 March 2010

Help Fr. Z with some literary references!

Folks, can you come up with any literary references for proving identity or discovering lost identity by fitting together the two halves of an object that was broken or cut in half? Quick!

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A few musings about Card. Levada’s homily in Nebraska

I am listening to Card. Levada’s homily at the consecration of the new FSSP chapel in Nebraska. A few things popped out at me. First, I think it very interesting that he mentioned Anglicanorum coetibus in this talk. The Cardinal, … Continue reading

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TAC formally ask an “Ordinariate” for USA

I read that the TAC has formally asked for an "Ordinariate" for the USA. The House of Bishops of the Anglican Church in America, the American Province of the Traditional Anglican Communion, have issued the following press release. Orlando, FL … Continue reading

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More from John Allen on Msgr. Marini and Benedict XVI

This is a companion piece to Mr. Allen’s interview with Msgr. Guido Marini, the papal MC. My emphases and comments. Liturgist: Pope aims to ‘propose’ practicesMar. 03, 2010By John L Allen Jr ROME — For the better part of five … Continue reading

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John Allen interviews Msgr. Marini: Pope Benedict proposes rather than imposes

When my friend the nearly ubiquitous fair-minded John L Allen does an interview, it is usually a good one.   Try to overlook the fact that he writes for dissenters’ central, the ultra-liberal fishwarp, the National Catholic Reporter. There is a … Continue reading

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The FSSP Chapel consecration is now LIVE

The consecration of the new FSSP chapel is on now, live, on EWTN. I will have some Z-Chat for people to talk about it as they watch. I am pretty sure the liturgical eye-candy specialists at NLM will be posting … Continue reading

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