Daily Archives: 5 August 2010

That Canon Law Conference

I wrote before about the Canon Law conference I attended at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe south of La Crosse, WI.
First, do visit that Shrine.  It is amazing.
Second, here is a quick shot of three bloggers, Dr. Edward … Continue reading

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Division in the pews!

There is a workshop going in Milwaukee, WI sponsored by the USCCB-FLDC about the implementation of the new English translation of the Roman Missal.
There in article about this workshop in Journal Sentinel.  There is not much in this article of … Continue reading

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50K young people at Wednesday General Audience

From CNA:
More than 50,000 altar servers on Rome pilgrimage learn communion of faith
The pilgrimage that brought altar boys and girls [sic] to Rome en masse this week concluded on a high note at Wednesday’s general audience. Bringing tens of thousands … Continue reading

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Does Speaker Pelosi’s hypocrisy have no limit?

Does the Speaker’s hypocrisy have no limit?
From CNA:
Speaker Pelosi avoids question about unborn Jesus’ right to life
Washington D.C., Aug 5, 2010 / 06:10 am (CNA).- Citing her previous references to the Incarnation, a journalist recently asked … Continue reading

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Concerning matters of taste

Here is a fun piece via the Laudator:
R.S. Thomas, Taste:
I had preferred Chaucerbut for the slop in his saucer:
or grave Edmund Spensermoving formally as a dancer.
But Shakespeare’s cut and thrust,I allow you, was a must
on my bookshelves; and after,Donne’s thin, … Continue reading

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