Daily Archives: 19 June 2014

WDTPRS: Corpus Christi – I affirm my subjugation to Christ vanquisher of hell and my sins.

In the traditional Roman calendar for the 1962 Missale Romanum Thursday (I am posting late) is Corpus Domini, or Corpus Christi.  In the Novus Ordo many people are celebrating Corpus Christi on Sunday (which is really suppose to fall on the … Continue reading

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The unsurprising erosion continues

It’s like watch a sink hole expand.
From AP:
Presbyterian Pastors Can Preside at Gay Marriages
DETROIT — The largest Presbyterian denomination in the U.S. will allow pastors to preside at gay weddings in states that recognize same-sex marriage.
The Presbyterian General Assembly voted … Continue reading

Posted in Dogs and Fleas, Liberals, Pò sì jiù, The Coming Storm, The Drill, The future and our choices, The Sin That Cries To Heaven For Vengence | Tagged | 65 Comments

Archbp. Cordileone at the March for Marriage

From Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s address at the March for Marriage in Washington DC:
And let us not forget: we must also proclaim this truth especially with love for those who disagree with us on this issue, and most of all, for … Continue reading

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“Reception of the Body of Christ when one is publicly unworthy”

My friend Fr. Gerald Murray, a canonist, has a good piece at The Catholic Thing about Communion for the divorced and remarried.
Excerpts:
Denial of Holy Communion to the divorced and remarried, however, is not based on an assumption that everyone in an … Continue reading

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Acton U 2014: Day 2

We are in the second full day of Acton U.  Yesterday was tiring, but great.
This morning we had Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form for the Feast of Corpus Christi.   We considered for a moment having a short Eucharistic … Continue reading

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Pope Francis: canceling stuff right and left

Apparently His Holiness of our Lord is drawing X’s through his appointment book.  Everything must go!  Wednesday audiences, daily semi-public Masses, etc.
In addition to clearing his book for July, tonight in Rome he has chosen not to accompany the Blessed … Continue reading

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