Daily Archives: 18 March 2011


Have you tied everything down?
Super Moon is coming!
14%, folks.

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Attention Priests, Canonists! 2011 Canon Law Conference at Shrine of O.L. Guadalupe

Last year I attended a Canon Law Conference at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe near LaCrosse, WI hosted by now-Card. Burke.  It was great!
Card. Burke is again hosting a conference this year!  9-10 August.
I received this from the … Continue reading

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REVIEW UPDATE: Confession app for iPhone now for Android

Remember that iPhone app intended to help people make a good confession?
It is now released for Android as well.
The developer wrote to say that they had added the ability to add a “count” for the sins, to help people confess … Continue reading

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Archbp. Gullickson: “ad Orientem” will be our saving grace

Archbishop Thomas Gullickson, Nuncius to the Antilles, has a blog called Island Envoy.
We have heard from His Excellency before, when he had sharp words about bishops who resist Summorum Pontificum.
Here is something from Archbp. Gullickson’s latest entry:
What is Liturgy?
All of … Continue reading

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Lenten Soup

Vegetable broth
Chopped up vegetables
Ginger root, shaved
Soy sauce and rice vinegar
Rice noodles
Bring broth to a boil with the ginger.
Put in the noodles and cook for a minute.
Put in the veg and cook for half a minute.
Season to taste.
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WDTPRS Friday of the 1st Week of Lent (2002MR)

In the ancient Gelasian Sacramentary today’s Collect was used on the Friday after Quinquagesima. I assume it was dragged into Lent because of the themes present in the vocabulary.
However, the redactors of the Novus Ordo made a substitution. … Continue reading

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