Daily Archives: 11 September 2010

Ground Zero

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A reminder from Penjing about your coffee supply!

And speaking of Wyoming… WDTPRS commentator "Lynne at Hasty Brook" joined Penjing when she wrote:
I brewed my first pot of Midnight Vigils Blend from Mystic Monks this morning. Its deep flavor without any bitterness is perfect on this chilly, blustery … Continue reading

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WDTPRS 16th Sunday after Pentecost: Our good works bound up in His grace

This Sunday’s dense Collect survived the scissors and paste-pots of the Consilium during the 1960’s and lived on in the post-Conciliar Missale Romanum: it is the Collect for the 28th Sunday of Ordinary Time.  This prayer, used for centuries, is … Continue reading

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Australia’s Catholic church bans pop songs at funerals

From Reuters:
Australia’s Catholic church bans pop songs at funerals
– Fri Sep 10, 2:46 am ET
MELBOURNE (Reuters Life!) – Football club songs and pop or rock music have been banned from funerals in Catholic churches in Australia under new guidelines distributed … Continue reading

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Priest, publisher, calls “pro multis… for many” heretical

On the site of UCANEWS.com Fr. William Grimm (Tokyo-based publisher of UCA News, former editor-in-chief of “Katorikku Shimbun,” Japan’s Catholic weekly) opines about the new, corrected English translation.
My emphases and comments.
Small word, big problem
Published Date: September 10, 2010By William Grimm
People … Continue reading

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“How are they down, how have they fallen down”

Oh how quiet it is after the black night When flames out of the clouds burned down your cariated teeth, And when those lightnings, Lancing the black boils of Harlem and the Bronx, Spilled the remaining prisoners, (The tens and … Continue reading

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