Daily Archives: 20 February 2014

ALERT! Trying a new anti-spam tactic for registration

We had problems recently with my overly paranoid anti-spam blocker, that was blacklisting everyone like Hal 9000 on  steroids. I had to switch it off. When I did, the attack began.  I have had zillions of fake registrations… very pesky. … Continue reading

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The Feeder Feed: Indy Edition (with monkey)

For those of you who may wonder why some posts have “The Feeder Feed” in the title, this idiosyncratic practice stems from the time when I had lots of bird feeders across from the windows of my office.  I miss … Continue reading

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NY Bishop criticizes ‘c’atholic Dem politician who flipped on abortion

This is a good thing. From CWN: Bishop criticizes Catholic politician who flip-flops on abortion Bishop Richard Malone of Buffalo has publicly criticized a Catholic state senator for abandoning his pro-life position. [He has gone after Gov. Andrew Cuomo and … Continue reading

Posted in 1983 CIC can. 915, Emanations from Penumbras, Liberals, Our Catholic Identity, Sin That Cries To Heaven, The Coming Storm, The future and our choices | Tagged , , , , | 28 Comments


Please use the sharing buttons! Thanks! Registered or not, will you in your charity please take a moment look at the requests and to pray for the people about whom you read? Continued from THESE. I get many requests by … Continue reading

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ASK FATHER: Adding a Collect after the intercessions, like a “commemoration”

From a reader: As far as I understand it, in the OF you are required by the Roman Missal and the GIRM to say ONE collect (not adding another for a commemoration, like in EF). But, on Feb 3 this year, Msgr. … Continue reading

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