Daily Archives: 11 May 2010

Fr. Z’s Kitchen: THINK FAST!! Impromptu surprise sudden what can you do with this supper

My company from Sunday showed up tonight, surprise, with "Hey Father! What can you do with this?" Elk. FAST! FAST! What to do? I dragged up a bottle of Bonarda and got it breathing. Onions and a little celery in … Continue reading

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Nooo…. that’s just wrong! Confession is not a “game”.

A reader sent me this. They call it a "game". I wonder how Moslems would enjoy seeing a game app for the iPhone called "Ramadan".  How about a "Salaat" game app?  How about the "Hajj" game? Would Jews enjoy a … Continue reading

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The Feeder Feed: NEW BIRD!

NEW BIRD!  New for this year, at least.The first Ruby-Throated Hummingbird!

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C of E closer to ordination of women

Pope Benedict, the Pope of Christian Unity, has put in place provisions to receive into unity with Rome traditionally-minded Anglicans who desire to remain Christian.  Anglicanorum coetibus was the Holy Father’s response to their request. Meanwhile, we are watching the … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI’s presser on airplane to Portugal, clerical crisis and “third secret”

"We have to re-learn the essentials: conversion, prayer, penance, and the theological virtues." Thus, Benedict XVI today on the way to Portugal. My friend John L. Allen Jr., the fair-minded nearly ubiquitous, who is sadly still correspondent for for the … Continue reading

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Nihil innovetur! Well… maybe a little innovetur…

"In the Vatican they update their technology every 75 years, whether it needs updating or not." That was my motto some years ago when I worked there. However, I was glad to see in the Bolletino today that the Holy … Continue reading

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It is not too hard

From a reader for those who think that following the older form of Holy Mass is tooo haaard. Just thought I would let you know about my eleven year old son.  He gets up at 5:15 am every Sunday morning … Continue reading

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PRAYERCAzT: Matins and Laudes (BrevRom). Sts. Philip and James

A no frills reading of the office of Matins and of Laudes with the Breviarium Romanum.

UPDATE: For those of you who tried to listen, and it wouldn’t play, I have fixed the problem.

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