Daily Archives: 15 January 2011

Dotting your i’s

This is one of those things that makes you glad you are American.
I have seen Script Ohio a couple times, though many many years ago.  I thought then it was one of the spiffiest things I had ever seen.
Enjoy!

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QUAERITUR: Which edition of the Roman Breviary?

From a reader:
Keeping this short, which version of the Breviary does the FSSP use?
And how could I find a set?
Since I do not belong to the FSSP, I am not the one to ask.
However, I suspect that, now this is … Continue reading

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The Feeder Feed: snowy and cold edition

Z-Cam & Radio Sabina,I haven’t posted about the feeder lately.
Here are a few of the latest shots.
It is cold and snowy here.  As a result the birds are eating a great deal.
When don’t they eat a lot?

There are lots of … Continue reading

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Do I hear an “Amen!”?

HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE STATEMENT ABOUT THE PERSONAL ORDINARIATE OF OUR LADY OF WALSINGHAM IN ENGLAND AND WALES
In accordance with the provisions of the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus of Pope [of Christian Unity] Benedict XVI (November 4, … Continue reading

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NYC 30 Jan – Martin Mosebach – “The Old Roman Missal: Loss and Rediscovery”

Mark your calendar for two events, in NYC and in nearby Norwalk, CT.
Martin Mosebach, author of The Heresy of Formlessness, will be giving talks following celebrations of Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form.
New York
Solemn Mass:    Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
Lecture:    “The … Continue reading

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A new (really old) way of thinking about the ‘Our Father’ at Mass

In ancient times, fewer prayers and rites surrounded the reception of the Eucharist. By the time of St. Augustine of Hippo (+430), the recitation of the Pater Noster or Lord’s Prayer was a regular feature of Mass.  He often mentions … Continue reading

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