Daily Archives: 11 July 2013

How to revive a dying parish

For your Brick By Brick file.
I had this through email so I can’t vouch for this 100%.  But as Preserved Killick would say, ‘Aye aye, sir. Rectory it is.’
I thought you might enjoy this bit of info. St. Anne church in … Continue reading

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Today in the Roman calendar is the feast of St. Pius I, Pope and martyr (+155).
On such a glorious feast as this, I remind the readership of the wondrous
Our friend (who hasn’t been around much, come to think … Continue reading

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VIDEO: People offered chance to sign petition to help Pres. Obama repeal the “Bill of Rights”

Let us sit upon the ground and tell sad stories of the death of a Republic.
Three words:
Low. Information. Voters.
Over at the Charles Carroll Society (on the Distributist side of the river, but… hey!) I saw this video:
The signers probably both vote … Continue reading

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I don’t like the UN.   They push an evil agenda and they are an accomplice also for the Obama Administration’s evil agenda.
The UN is also now on my bullies list.
From IOL though it seems to be from always Catholic-friendly Reuters:
GENEVA … Continue reading

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