Daily Archives: 6 July 2012

6 July: anniversary of an exceptional death

From the 2005 Martyrologium Romanum:
9. Londinii in Anglia, passio sancti Thomae More, qui vigesima secunda iunii una cum sancto Ioanne Fisher commemoratur.
 

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Video interview with Card. Burke

As we come to the 7th anniversary of 07-07-07, the date that the text of Pope Benedict XVI’s Summorum Pontificum, let’s enjoy a video from Catholic News Service.
This is an interview with His Eminence Raymond Card. Burke.

 

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Fr. Z’s Kitchen – Fish on Friday Edition

I like to broil salmon and trout.  There are many ways to do it.  Here is one way I have found that works well. And it is FAST.
First, find a sale on salmon or your trout (that is the time … Continue reading

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Z-SWAG Update – New editions of existing themes

As you may remember I made a Latin version of the Say The Black Do The Red mugs… several Latin versions as a matter of fact.  HERE.
I also make a new version of the Catholic And Faithful American And Free … Continue reading

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Pres. Obama is undermining not just the 1st but also the 2nd Amendment

Pres. Obama has been undermining our 1st Amendment rights.  As a refresher, this is the first article of the Bill of Rights:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Of “Vicars General” and of “Ordinaries” – UPDATED

From a reader:
When Canon Law speaks of diocesan Ordinaries, or those equivalent to them in law – are they speaking of Apostolic Administrators or Vicar Generals or both? I know that pragmatically, an Apostolic Administrator has Ordinary powers but is … Continue reading

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Reason #2775 for Anglicanorum coetibus

More from the Church of Making Irony Redundant.
These guys never fail to amaze.  They have an astonishingly complicated array of commission and conventions and meetings and votes… all for about 4 people.  And those 4 are going to do what … Continue reading

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The Sins Which “Cry To Heaven” For Vengeance and You

Taylor Marshall at Canterbury Tales has posted on the sins which “cry to heaven” for vengeance, saying also that the USA have failed 4 for 4!
Some sources identity five sins that cry to heaven for vengeance or, variously, justice.
If you have … Continue reading

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Just Too Cool: the stolen “Codex Calixtinus” found in a garage

Remember THIS?
From Vatican Insider:
This is not another one of Dan Brown’s mysteries but the unravelling of a story that seem to go way beyond any creative fiction. Finally, after one year of investigations, police found the stolen “Codex Calixtinus” in … Continue reading

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USCCB Blog offers “Rules” on “The Gospel and Social Media”

Sr. Mary Ann Walsh posted on the USCCB blog some “rules” for social media and evangelization.
I’ll edit this down to some bullet points, so that you will have to go over there and give that blog some traffic.
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