Daily Archives: 22 June 2014

“We declare him excommunicate and anathema.”

In case you haven’t seen this.

Never gets old.  It’s the slight pause before … pain that really does it.
We could just adopt this rite as it is.

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“It was going to come down to just him and me.”

May I recommend that you stop over at the blog Shoved To Them (where do these interesting names come from?) and peruse THIS.
Here is an excerpt:
[My husband] worried about our safety, so he made sure that I had a gun and … Continue reading

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“Don’t Tread on Me”

I liked this from Military.com:
Navy SEALs Order More ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ Patches
The U.S. Navy is ordering more “Don’t Tread on Me” flag patches eight months after it was reported that Navy SEALs had stopped wearing them because the Tea … Continue reading

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How do you use the precious allotment of time which you have been given?

I saw this at Acton Power Blog. It made me put on my Patristiblogger hat for a while:
Every year the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases the American Time Use Survey (ATUS), which measures the amount of time people spend doing various … Continue reading

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ASK FATHER: Newly wedded couple kissing during wedding Mass?

From a priest…
QUAERITUR:
Do you think it is appropriate for a newly wed couple to share a kiss at their wedding mass? If so, the only place in the Ordinary Form I can think of it happening is at the very … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point made during the sermon at the Mass you attended for your Sunday obligation?  Let us know what it was!

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