Daily Archives: 7 March 2010

“on da groun'”

Budget on da groun’…
Budget on da groun’…!

The photo…. just too good.

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Gregorian chant education in Southwark

Mulier Fortis has an interesting item from her native Archdiocese of Southwark, where His Hermeneuticalness is not yet the Archbishop… alas…. but I digress.
At the Cathedral of St. George a Gregorian chant schola is producing educational CDs for the singing … Continue reading

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Looking forward…

The next time I am in Old Blighty, I need to do this.

UPDATE 8 March 1854 GMT:
Can you believe that this entry was picked up by the Scottish Clergy Railway Circle?

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Recent posts of interest

Some posts that may scroll off:

STATIONS OF THE CROSS (audio from Fr. Z)
The Perfect Priest
The “Austen Hermeneutic”: Old Mass v New Mass
Wherein Fr. Z rants about sand in holy water fonts… DON’T!
Archbp. Chaput’s HOMERUN in Houston! … Continue reading

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GUEST RANT from a reader: priest constantly ad libs

From a reader.  You can make your own comments.
I have just returned from Mass.  As usual, during the Mass I was constantly distracted by the consistent ad libbing by the priest celebrant.  Permit me to offer a  sample:
Before the Sign … Continue reading

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WDTPRS 3rd Sunday of Lent – Prayer over the people (2002MR)

Historically, this was the Sunday in the ancient Church when, in Rome, catechumens underwent examinations.  They would come in their penitential garments in a procession across the City to be "grilled" as it were near the tomb of this famous … Continue reading

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WDTPRS – 3rd Sunday of Lent – COLLECT (2002MR)

Station: St. Lawrence outside the walls
An examination of our conscience is a humbling experience.  When we look to see who really are inside, we can have different reactions.  Sometimes we find things which frighten and discourage us.  If we … Continue reading

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