Daily Archives: 4 September 2010

On Twitter we have “#followfriday”; why not “#anathemasiturday”

From His Hermeuenticalness.  I think we should consider this.

Having just worked out what #followfriday is on Twitter (and indeed having posted my first #FF tweet) I thought it would be good to have an hashtag for an "Anathema Saturday" … Continue reading

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Here are some convenient links to recent posts, including some that have scrolled off the first page:  

WDTPRS Collect 23rd Ordinary Sunday – from bondage to true freedom
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St. Moses, prophet

Many people do not realize that may Old Testament figures are considered by Holy Mother Church to be saints.
We can find many of them listed in editions of the Roman Martyrology, both pre-Conciliar and post.
1. Commemoratio sancti Moysis, prophetae, quem … Continue reading

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Nice views!

We came into LaGuardia from the south over Brooklyn and had some great views.
Earl left us great weather and clear air!

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REVIEW: “Crucifixion” by artist Daniel Mitsui

I recently received a print by the artist Daniel Mitsui, who has a blog entitled The Lion and the Cardinal, an obvious Patristic reference which never fails to delight me.
The print I received was of the Crucifixion, found on his … Continue reading

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