Daily Archives: 21 January 2011

PZ Myers, low life

I picked this up from CMR. He didn’t provide a link, for reasons which will be obvious.   Posting like this is rather like picking up after some large dog during walkies.
You will unfortunately remember PZ Myers, pond scum, who … Continue reading

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Do we need a “Syllabus” on the Council?

The UK’s best Catholic weekly (which still has its digital subscription special going, a year for a “tenner”!) the Catholic Herald has an article by William Oddie about the proposal made by Bp. Athanasius Schneider about a Syllabus both of … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI’s 2nd volume of ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ coming soon!

The second volume of the Holy Father’s work Jesus of Nazareth will be released for Lent 2011, with a date of 15 March.
This volume will focus on the period the Lord’s life from the entrance into Jerusalem to His resurrection.
The … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 116: Bp. Athanasius Schneider’s proposal for a “Syllabus” on the correct interpretation of Vatican II

His Excellency Most Rev. Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary bishop in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, has made quite a splash over the last few years.
He first caught people’s eyes at the Synod on the Eucharist in 205 in Rome where he gave an intervention, … Continue reading

Posted in HONORED GUESTS, New Evangelization, Our Catholic Identity, PODCAzT, The Drill, The future and our choices | Tagged , , , | 37 Comments

Notise anything odd about the hedline?

Someone in Green Bey nodded:

I’m not sure I would want to visit Chicaco.

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21 January: St. Agnes of Rome, virgin and martyr

Here is something I have posted in the past… about St. Agnes of Rome.  Newcomers to WDTPRS may not have seen it.
Behold the skull of Agnes.

The dies natalis (“birthday into heaven”) of Agnes was recorded in the register of the … Continue reading

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