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UPDATE 18 March 12:52 GMT:
A reader sent this:
I read that the AFP communique was disinformation and that the man was shouting against pro-choice groups.
Pray for the Pope.
He will be more and more under attack of every kind.
From the … Continue reading
I have started another Twitter feed:
I will use this new one to follow a great many more people.
Also, sign up with the Google thingy on the left side bar. I am closing on 400. Let’s put it out … Continue reading
What a moving formulary for Holy Mass in the older form today.
I am not usually the emotional type when saying Mass. I really wish that "priestcraft" wasn’t a negative word, because I think priests should firstly attend to their business … Continue reading
As I was listening to the news tonight, I tuned into hear Fox News White House correspondent Major Barrett in front of the White House.
As he spoke there was a Cardinal singing unmistakably, brazenly, unselfconsciously, in the background.
25 "Therefore … Continue reading
Passiontide is around the corner.
How are you doing with your Lent?
Your voting is entirely anonymous and, to my knowledge, cannot be traced by me or followed back.
Feel free to describe your experience, share or add tips, and give each other … Continue reading
I received a note from a friend of many years in Rome.
I don’t know how many times have I called them to alert them to unbelievable errors in their transcripts and translations, to no avail, despite their reassurances after having … Continue reading
The current Enchiridion Indulgentiarum #19 attaches an partial indulgence to the following prayer in honor of St. Joseph.
This will also be our Holy Father’s name day. Pray for him.
Other prayers in honor of St. Joseph also gain a partial indulgence. … Continue reading
From a reader:
Friday is the Solemnity of St. Joseph. I know that according to canon law, solemnities take precedence over any day of penance, at least in ordinary time. Are we still bound to abstinence from meat on March 19? … Continue reading
We have seen in the MSM some dreadul stories trying to lead readers to think the worst about the Pope without any real evidence. Insinuation at its worst, for it concerns not just a person, but a sacred person.
Here is … Continue reading
From VIS (in my translation):
Communiqué of the Press Office of the Holy See:
International Commission for inquiry about Medjugorje
An international Commission for inquiry on Medjugorje has been set up at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith under the … Continue reading