Daily Archives: 13 October 2012

“There goes my life!” and Vatican II

At the end of the Call to Holiness Conference, I spoke at the dinner. I led with a reference to popular culture, a song by Kenny Chesney.  In the country-music song, a young man learns that his girlfriend is with … Continue reading

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Frauds building on frauds.

That fraud of the ‘Mrs Jesus’ papyrus fragment keeps surfacing in the news rather like a mortifying fish will in a pond. That fragment was a fraud, easily exposed. That raises the question: Why would an intelligent person expose herself … Continue reading

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Protesters invade church chanting: ‘If Mary had aborted, we wouldn’t have this nonsense’

I am involved in a conference but some of you can drill into what happened. I received this by email. Pro-abortion protesters storm Quebec church chanting, ‘If Mary had aborted, we wouldn’t have this nonsense’ GRANBY, Quebec, October 12, 2012 … Continue reading

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A rock band’s Latin Credo

I picked this up from Vatican Insider: Ooberfuse have just released a new single. “We explore old truths related to faith using contemporary language” GIORGIO BERNARDELLI MILAN “Credo in unum Deum, patrem, creatorem coeli et terrae, visibilium et invisibilium.” The … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Catholics For Romney?

Has anyone heard from Catholics For Romney?

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Call To Holiness Conference is underway

The 14th Call To Holiness conference has begun in Detroit. Originally this conference was convoked as a remedy, response, corrective to the pernicious and dissenting Call To Action thingy. The conference is being held at a large Byzantine Catholic parish, … Continue reading

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