Daily Archives: 28 February 2011

Dr. Peters: indefatigable vivsectionist – CONTINUED and UPDATED

ORIGINAL: Published on: Feb 26, 2011
Dr. Ed Peters, canonist, may be able to add “indefatigable vivsectionist” to his CV if he keeps up this pace.
A few days ago, he exposed problems in a statement from the Diocese of Albany.
Yesterday, he … Continue reading

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WDTPRS POLL: How do you pray the Rosary?

NB: Don’t forget the Spiritual Bouquet (you can participate daily) for Pope Benedict!
The Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary is prayed according to different methods in different parts of the world.  For example, in Italy it will usually include … Continue reading

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Concerning the “liturgical vigilante”

Be sure to check out Pat Archbold’s perspicacious and amusing piece over at the National Catholic Register entitled, “Liturgical Vigilantes“.
A few of good bits:
As general rule, vigilantes are not born, they are made. Their steely resolve to right the wrong, … Continue reading

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Your good news and request for prayers

Do you have any good news to share with the readers?
For my part, I am embarking today on a new writing project.  Please say a prayer that my mind be clear and that I not write anything too ridiculous today.
Finally, … Continue reading

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Where you are!

Here is a ten minute snapshot of places people are – more or less – when they visit!   These may be pretty rough approximations.
Anaheim, California
Springfield, Illinois
Waterbury, Connecticut
San Francisco, California
Richmond, British Colum…
Windsor, Connecticut
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Norfolk, Virginia
San Carlos, California
Crum Lynne, Pennsylvania
Decatur, Georgia
Boone, North … Continue reading

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