Daily Archives: 5 October 2010

“praesertim verum pulcherrimo canto Gregoriano”

It will be 1000 years since the founding of St. Peter’s Benedictine Abbey at Solesmes in France on 12 October. His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI has sent a message in Latin for the celebration to His Eminence Jean-Louis Card. Tauran … Continue reading

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Our Lady of the Rosary? of Victory? Help from readers?

The other day I posted about the upcoming Pontifical Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary which Bishop Joseph Perry (Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago) will celebrate this week, Thursday in Manhattan (6 PM at the Church … Continue reading

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Why Summorum Pontificum? Reason #7454 – O the humanity…

Mulier Fortis found this.  This is not my fault.  It’s her fault.  She got it from somewhere else, but it is still her fault, okay?  Don’t blame me. She wrote: Courtesy of Hilary over at Orwell’s Picnic. [WARNING!  DANGER!] You … Continue reading

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The Magisterium of Nuns now inspires proponents of unnatural “marriage”

In the debate about Obamacare, many catholic women religious failed in their Catholic identity test.  They rather chose to give cover to catholic pro-abortion democrats in Congress so that they could salve the consciences and vote in favor of legislation … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Vatican’s new 1962 Missale Romanum

You may have heard that the Vatican Press published their own version of the editio typica 1962 Missale Romanum.  We knew about this, of course, but now I said Mass with it this weekend. Through  paxbooks $334. Every parish, every … Continue reading

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Have a Placid day!

Today in the traditional Roman calendar it is the feast of the 3rd c. Sicilian martyrs St. Placid and companions, slain during the reign of the Emperor Diocletian. Today in the revised calendar is the feast of Sts. Placid and … Continue reading

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