Daily Archives: 23 August 2011

REQUEST TO READERS TO PRAY FOR A PRIEST

I have asked in the past to pray for some personal intentions I have and which weigh on me right now.  I still need the help of your prayers.
Also, I ask you in an urgent way, right now, to stop, … Continue reading

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Houston: Extraordinary Form PARISH to be established by Card. DiNardo

Speaking of Houston, I just noticed that our friends at Rorate posted this.
For your Brick by Brick file.
Wonderful news for the faithful of the largest city in the great state: a full Parish, exclusively dedicated to the Traditional Roman Liturgy … Continue reading

Posted in Brick by Brick, Fr. Z KUDOS, Just Too Cool, New Evangelization, Non Nobis and Te Deum, Our Catholic Identity, SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM, The future and our choices, Universae Ecclesiae | Tagged , , , , | 21 Comments

Houston, 26-28 Aug: Catholic New Media – Catholiconexpo

Are you anywhere near Houston?  Can you get there?

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Washington DC and Exodus

I understand that an earthquake rumbled up Washington DC today.  Let’s see… isn’t there going to be a hurricane later in the week?
Holy Moses!  When do the frogs and locusts arrive?  Will the reflecting pool on the Mall turn to … Continue reading

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Red and Black in the Wild

Check out Fr. Longenecker’s site for some liberal liturgical hijinx.
There is a Red and Black reference.

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The power of intercessory prayer

I just heard a fascinating story about a medical doctor who, for his practice, has hired two people to pray for patients and for himself and the staff, to apply also intercessory prayer.  The doctor sees this as a necessary … Continue reading

Posted in "How To..." - Practical Notes, Just Too Cool, New Evangelization, Our Catholic Identity, The future and our choices | Tagged , | 28 Comments