Daily Archives: 7 May 2010

What to do? Sunday supper

About Sunday supper. 
I have been working on eggs, sandwiches, cereal and ramen for a while.
Thus, I have a hankering for one of these two.
Which shall it be?
Help me chose.
I will have to go for groceries tomorrow, so get your … Continue reading

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The Feeder Feed: New Bird!

Today’s new bird is not new to me, but this is the first sighting of the season.
I just had time to point the camera and shoot, but he was on his way.
Mr. Rose-Breasted Grosbeak.

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What’s wrong with this? “Cogito, ergo sum; thus if I think I am reverent, I am”

This is sure to delight readers with a predisposition for the older form of Mass, or at least Roman-style worship, and those with a predilection for St. Thomas Aquinas.
I received a curious email about an organization called the Institute of … Continue reading

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New English translation perhaps in use in UK by next summer

From the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald comes this piece about the possibility of actually using the new English translation of the Roman Missal by next summer.
New Mass translationwill be introduced next summerBy Mark Greaves
7 May 2010
Catholics in … Continue reading

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SSPX Superior Bp. Fellay and his defense of Pope Benedict

From DICI, the site of the SSPX, we find SSPX Bp. Bernard Fellay’s defense of Pope Benedict XVI.
My emphases and comments.
Letter to Friends and Benefactors no. 76
05-7-2010   
Dear Friends and Benefactors,
The Church’s situation increasingly resembles a … Continue reading

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Kathryn Jean Lopez on Pope Benedict, the New York Times, and the recent controversy

From Headline Bistro of the Knights of Columbus comes this piece by Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review.
My emphases and comments.
A Holy Father
by Kathryn Jean Lopez
It was Holy Week. It was Holy Week and everywhere I turned – or so … Continue reading

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The perfect soft-boiled egg

I don’t often make soft-boiled eggs, partly because I can do an egg over-easy in half the time.
But once in a while, I attack the task of making a soft-boiled egg, which is not one of the easier techniques for … Continue reading

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