Daily Archives: 26 October 2012

Catholic Near East Welfare Association and winter aid for Christians in Syria

I picked this up from my friend John L. Allen, the nearly ubiquitous and normally fair-minded prolific writer, alas still writing for the über-liberal Fishwrap.  My emphases. The Catholic Near East Welfare Association — among the largest the providers of … Continue reading

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From xkcd: Did you know that “dray-ma” is a legitimate alternative pronunciation of “drama”?

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Ante diem vii kalendas novembres

From rogueclassicism: ante diem vii kalendas novembres   ludi Victoriae Sullanae (day 1) — games held in honour of Victoria commemorating Sulla’s defeat of the Samnites in 82 B.C. 1656 B.C. — Noah enters the ark (this must be Bishop … Continue reading

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Unless you recover the words, you can’t recover the concepts.

When you change the words, you change the concepts. The liberal progressivist liturgical terrorist reformers were successful in changing our way of speaking about our sacred liturgical worship. For example, they made us – and no one asked them to … Continue reading

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Hypocritical, one-sided, biased, mendacious, “tolerance” is on the horizon

Minnesotan readers!   Get out the vote!  Get your like-thinking to the polls and VOTE! Otherwise, have a taste of Christmas-Yet-To-Come. Not only is the Obama Administration actively and doggedly undermining our religious freedom, trying to reduce freedom of religion … Continue reading

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