Daily Archives: 5 December 2010

People Eating Tasty Animals

PETA deserves contempt.

Sadly, the more they are attacked, the more self-righteous they become.
I propose that you increase the amount of meat in your diet.
If you don’t eat it yourself, give it away.
Since it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere, wear fur.
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Christian couple killed by “Arabs” in Baghdad

More worrisome news from Baghdad via CNN:
Iraq: Gunmen kill elderly Christian couple inside their Baghdad home
By the CNN Wire Staff
December 5, 2010
(CNN) — Attackers gunned down an elderly Christian couple late Sunday inside their Baghdad home, the latest in a … Continue reading

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Photos of your Advent Wreaths

How about some photos of your Advent wreaths?
If you don’t have one, perhaps your parish does.

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UPDATES! The Pudding Adventure is underway!
I am resolved: A Christmas Pudding
Yes, I am still resolved.
I will be using the Christmas Pudding recipe from a cookbook for food mentioned in O’Brien’s books.
Which it’s called Lobscouse and Spotted Dog: Which It’s a … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 111: 4th Eucharistic Prayer; don Camillo (Part IX)

Herein we compare the lame-duck ICEL version of the 4th Eucharistic Prayer now still in use with the new, approved and corrected translation which we will soon be able to hear in our Churches.  I use the Latin original, and … Continue reading

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WDTPRS 2nd Sunday of Advent (1962MR)

The 2nd Sunday of Advent harks to the City of David: Jerusalem.   Indeed the Roman Station is at Santa Croce in Gerusalemme.
Jerusalem is not just the physical place we might visit, where the historical events we commemorate took place.  Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Secularist hypocrites against reason and free speech

I picked this up from Sancte Pater to whom a biretta tip   o{]:¬)   is owed.   The original is at EWTN.
Are you ready for this sort of thing where you are?
Activists forced the Archdiocese of Madrid, Spain to cancel a … Continue reading

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