Daily Archives: 28 July 2010

I’m Spartacus! Er… no…ummm, wait a minute!

I just heard an interesting thing as I was flipping past Sean Hannity’s show (I always flip past unless I spot a guest I am interested in).
Michelle Malkin, who is usually apt when she speaks, made a strikingly bad … Continue reading

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Oprah going to Medjugorje?

I had an email today that Oprah may be going to Medjugorje.
Okay.  Rumor? Fact?  Dunno.
But…
If Oprah converts to Catholicism because of Medjugorje, then I will have to rethink my position.

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Thanks to readers, of manna, and Penjing Report

First and foremost, thank you to all the readers who lately have used the donation button on the Feeder Feed posts.  Your help is deeply appreciated.  I’ll probably be coming back to you for something else that is shaping up, … Continue reading

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Canadian Anglican Catholic group votes to unite with Rome

Benedict XVI is the Pope of Christian Unity
This comes from CNA:
Canadian Anglican Catholic group votes to unite with Rome
Vancouver, Canada, Jul 28, 2010 / 01:10 am (CNA).- With “overwhelming support,” a recent meeting of leaders in the Anglican Catholic Church … Continue reading

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New film about Opus Dei’s founder, St. Jose Maria Escrivá

I received a press release that there is to be a major motion picture about St. Jose Maria Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei.  It will be directed by the man who made the movie The Mission.  There is a … Continue reading

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Bp. Baraga’s cause for beatification takes another step

From CNA:
Sainthood cause of ‘snowshoe priest’ heads to Vatican
Marquette, Mich., Jul 28, 2010 / 03:27 am (CNA).- Following a four-month investigation, the Diocese of Marquette has closed its inquiry into an alleged miracle attributed to its first bishop, Servant of … Continue reading

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