Slow blog day

In more ways than one.

The blog has been loading a little slowly today.  Sorry about that.

Hopefully I will be able to get at this soon.

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7 Responses to Slow blog day

  1. DdC says:

    Say thank you to Saint Isidore of Seville. AlwaysCatholic.com always has your back, Father–you know it ;)

  2. dmreed says:

    Father Z,
    thanks for the heads up; I thought it was only my computer that was loading slow.
    Check out the following outrageous story coming out of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati:
    http://richleonardi.blogspot.com/2010/04/wrongways.html
    Marty Haugen, the Protestant composer who currently serves as composer-in-residence at Mayflower United Church of Christ in Minneapolis and serves occasionally as adjunct instructor at United Theological Seminary in New Brighton, Minnesota has been selected to lead the Archdiocese’s USCCB / FDLC / NOCERCC Roman Missal Workshop. How can the Archdiocese (in good conscience) select a heterodox Protestant to lead the archdiocese in implemented the improved translation of the Roman Missal? This can’t be good news. Any thoughts Father?

  3. dmreed says:

    Sorry, typo. The word ‘implemented’ in the 3rd to last sentence should read ‘implementing.’

  4. doanli says:

    Father,

    I was wondering…is the Latin going to stay in the Mass all year round, not just during Lent? (Hope so!)

  5. Geoffrey says:

    Oh good, I thought it was just me!

  6. LoyalViews says:

    It’s just fine! Actually, pretty fast!
    God Bless.

  7. irishgirl says:

    I thought it was a little slower than normal-I mean the loading!

    I also got a message about an ‘error’.

    Hope it gets fixed soon, Fr. Z!