First, many thanks to WDTPRSers who sent the two volumes of Augustine’s sermons and also the great CD/DVD combo of the 40 voice Mass by Striggio. It is great. The sound is so intense that, at least with earphones, I take it in small doses. Also, many thanks to the nice folks who are used the donation button, especially to help feed the birds.
It is the last day for Catholic Herald DIGITAL only £10 ($16) ending soon; sample from my column. I don’t know if this ends at midnight GMT (London time), but the clock is TICKING. Imagine Big Ben ringing and you lost your chance to get it for a tenner.
Here are some recent posts which, due to being prolific, are quickly scrolling off.
- USCCB shreds Sr. Elizabeth Johnson’s book on the Trinity
- Just too cool, for people who like gizmos
- We need Summorum Pontificum. We need the new, corrected translation.
- Prayer Request – Theft of Blessed Sacrament
- I am confused.
- On the new, corrected translation. Wherein Fr. Z rants and reacts.
- LENTCAzT 23: Thursday of the 3rd Week of Lent
- The face of homosexual anti-Catholicism to come
- When Lent is over, Easter comes – art for your reflection
- Tie one on!
- UPDATED: Sackbut by Sackbut: A rediscovered Mass for 40 voices: I HAVE IT!
- Immarcesciblis gloriae corona
- Reason #5648562 for Summorum Pontificum
- WDTPRS Wednesday 3rd Week of Lent: a polishing not a torture
- NYC: All-Night First Friday Vigil with TLMs and Exposition
- Today’s great blog posts you don’t want to miss
- LENTCAzT 22: Wednesday of the 3rd Week of Lent
- QUAERITUR: Why pray to “confuse” enemies rather than “convert”?
- QUAERITUR: ideal measurements for vestments
- The Feeder Feed: very strange night visitor edition
- Confirmed: UK will use new Roman Missal from 1st Sunday of Advent 2011
- QUAERITUR: Children reading the Gospel during Mass
- This leaves me deeply conflicted.
- LENTCAzT 21: Tuesday of the 3rd Week of Lent
- Of vandals, thorns and blooms
- Dissident Irish priests whinge about new translation, again, after meeting with Irish Bishops
- Very cool Benedictine Nuns in England who use technology well!