Daily Archives: 21 October 2010

Blogs You Might Consider

I like Catholic bloggers who work and play well with other bloggers.  Some don’t, you know.
Here are three who have lately caught my eye.

Les Femmes – The Truth – What man isn’t going to give that mystery a shot?  Okay, … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Is the SSPX just being stubborn?

From a reader:
Why is the SSPX still not in union with Rome? Especially with groups
like the FFSP what problem do they still have with us? They could
unite with Rome, and still basically continue as usual. Am I missing
something big? Are … Continue reading

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Posted in ASK FATHER Question Box, New Evangelization, Our Catholic Identity, Pope of Christian Unity, The future and our choices | Tagged , | 73 Comments

A really old thing!

For the first time in a while I found something useful on the site of the National Catholic Fishwrap!
Headline:  Oldest and most distant object in the universe discovered
No, this isn’t about Richard McBrien or even Joan Chittister.
Fishwrap is referring to … Continue reading

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Posted in Just Too Cool | Tagged | 14 Comments

Today is the vigil!

This is the vigil of the Feast of Sts. Nunilo and Alodia, martyrs!
Are you getting ready to have some paella?  Perhaps Cardinal Mendoza brandy?

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Posted in Lighter fare, Saints: Stories & Symbols | Tagged | 16 Comments

Getting from Washington DC to Rome

I noticed that the annual fall plenary session of the USCCB will be held 15-18 November.
But there will be consistory in Rome immediately thereafter. The Cardinals are supposed to be present, at least. It is a consistory … Continue reading

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Posted in "How To..." - Practical Notes | Tagged | 7 Comments

NPR fired Juan Williams

National Public (Liberal) Radio has fired commentator and columnist Juan Williams for remarks he made about Muslims.
Part of the story from NPR:
NPR News has terminated the contract of longtime news analyst Juan Williams after remarks he made on the Fox … Continue reading

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Posted in Throwing a Nutty | Tagged , | 43 Comments

Archbp. Nienstedt on being Catholic

USAToday has an article on Archbp. John Nienstedt of St. Paul and Minneapolis:
Minn. archbishop: No ‘lukewarm’ Catholics welcome
ST. PAUL (AP) — The Catholic archbishop for the Twin Cities defended his right Monday to speak to fellow Catholics on social issues, … Continue reading

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Posted in New Evangelization, Our Catholic Identity, The Drill, The future and our choices | 18 Comments

QUAERITUR: parent won’t attend wedding without SSPX priest

From a reader:
My Fiancée’s family is SSPX. Since coming to college she has realized the error in their beliefs, so she is no longer SSPX.
We are planning on getting married next november We would absolutely love to get married with … Continue reading

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Posted in "How To..." - Practical Notes, ASK FATHER Question Box, Our Catholic Identity | 32 Comments

POLL ALERT: WSJ on clerical celibacy and abuse of children

For your opportune knowledge, the Wall Street Journal is running an online poll today.

At the time of this writing these are the results:

UPDATE 1903 GMT:

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Posted in Biased Media Coverage, Clerical Sexual Abuse of Children, POLLS | Tagged , | 14 Comments

Oh the … arbority!

My friend Fr. Ray Blake, the great P.P. of St. Mary Magdalen in Brighton has a new angle on the problem of writer’s for liberal Catholic publications who threaten to sue people who point out the flaws in their theology.  … Continue reading

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Posted in SESSIUNCULA | Tagged | 3 Comments

Don’t like the new translation? You have an option!

The discontents who are whining about the new translation as being deficient or flawed or ugly or mean or vulgar or awkward always have an option.
Ignore the new translation and just use Latin.
Latin can protect you from the affliction of … Continue reading

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Posted in Liturgy Science Theatre 3000 | 2 Comments