Daily Archives: 26 September 2011

The Holy Father’s sermon at Mass in Freiburg im Breisgau

The Holy Father’s sermon at Freiburg im Breisgau:
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
It is moving for me to be here once again to celebrate this Eucharist, this Thanksgiving, with so many people from different … Continue reading

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Paolo Rodari interprets Benedict XVI’s State Visit to Germany

Paolo Rodari has an interesting analysis of the Holy Father’s visit to Germany.  I am still think about what he wrote, but I thought I would get it out to the anglophone blogosphere for your opportune knowledge.
My quick translation.
Hitler and … Continue reading

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“RETREEEEEAT!” Surrendering the Arsenal of the West! We need Latin!

I am always dismayed when I see that a new bishop dumbs-down his coat-of-arms, or stemma as it is called in Italian, with a modern language motto.  Of course I and some jocular priest friends suggested some less-often-considered mottos here.
Any … Continue reading

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I just don’t get it. Do they hate what they claim to want to be?

Over at Coo-ees In The Cloister:
Look at this photo.  What does it say to you?  What questions come to mind as you look at the way these people are dressed, at the signs they are holding?
Is there any dissonance here?  … Continue reading

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From The Catholic League: SINEAD O’CONNOR—”KILL THE POPE”

From The Catholic League:
SINEAD O’CONNOR—”KILL THE POPE”
Irish singer Sinead O’Connor is warning Pope Benedict XVI not to come to Ireland, and if he does, she wants him shot. She warned on Twitter there will be a “f***in bloodbath” if the … Continue reading

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RECENT POSTS OF INTEREST

Here are some recent posts of interest.
First, thank you to all the readers who have sent donations and items from my wishlist. I have an open Mass intention on Saturday and will say Mass for the intentions of you … Continue reading

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The Catholic Herald on how to report on the Pope … NOT… (and a great deal on the digital edition)

Over at the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald, there is some amusing but serious faux advice to secular journalists about how to report on the Pope.  Check it out!
Covering the Pope: a guide for journalists
Milo Yiannopoulos sheds some … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Can a miscarriage be a sin?

From a reader:
I was wondering if it was possible for a natural miscarriage to be a sin. The doctors couldn’t tell me why it happened, but statistically miscarriages are more likely when the mother is obese, as I am/was.
And while … Continue reading

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The Holy Father’s address at the Konzerthaus in Freiburg im Breisgau

The Holy Father’s address at the Konzerthaus in Freiburg im Breisgau to Catholics active in the Church and Society.
Here is a highlight:
“The Church must constantly renew the effort to detach herself from the ‘worldliness’ of the world.”
And…
“The Christian faith is … Continue reading

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Your good news and sermon notes.

Can you share some of your good news with the readers?
And also give us some point from the Sunday sermon you heard.

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