Daily Archives: 21 August 2014

Pope calls family of American journalist killed by Muslims

I wonder how many Imams have called the Foley family to express sorrow and to distance themselves from the Caliphate? From ZENIT: Pope Francis Calls Parents of James Foley Pope Francis has called the parents of James Foley, the American … Continue reading

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Spectator’s hard-hitting commentary on pontificate of Pope Francis

At The Spectator there is a must read piece by Damian Thompson for anyone who is puzzled about what Pope Francis may be up to, especially in regard to the Roman Curia. Here is an excerpt with my emphases: […] As … Continue reading

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UPDATED! OKLAHOMA CITY: Lawsuit v Satanic event, Consecrated Host turned over!

UPDATE 21 Aug afternoon: I received an email that the consecrated Host has been delivered up to Archbp. Coakley. I hope there was only one and that this event is being shut down by prayers and public sensibility. _______ ORIGINAL Aug … Continue reading

Posted in "How To..." - Practical Notes, Linking Back, Si vis pacem para bellum!, The Coming Storm, The Drill, The future and our choices, The Last Acceptable Prejudice | Tagged , , , , , | 68 Comments

Fr. Finigan looks at “routine” Communions

His Hermeneuticalness, my friend the soon-to-be-moving Fr. Tim Finigan has a great post on an important topic.  HERE He brings up the point of receiving Holy Communion in such a way that it becomes “routine”. I suggest that people examine … Continue reading

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CWR: Finding What Should Never Have Been Lost: Priests and the Extraordinary Form

At Catholic World Report there is a piece which deserves some attention. Finding What Should Never Have Been Lost: Priests and the Extraordinary Form Four post-Vatican II priests discuss how they came to know and love celebrating Mass in the … Continue reading

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