Daily Archives: 1 October 2016

FROM THE ARCHIVE: 1993 – When Mother Angelica EXPLODED!

Today something passed my screen which reminded me of that incredible Catholic TV moment when Mother Angelica exploded about the shenanigans at World Youth Day in 1993 where a woman portrayed Christ for a Way of the Cross done in … Continue reading

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WAY Too Cool! St. Thomas Becket’s prayer book

From The Guardian:
Thomas Becket’s personal book of psalms ‘found in Cambridge library’
Historian claims the Psalter is ‘undoubtedly’ the property of martyred saint, and that he may have been holding it when he was murdered
A Cambridge academic believes he has discovered … Continue reading

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WAR! Pope Francis on marriage’s enemy: Gender Theory

In October 2015 Card. Sarah said during the Synod on the Family (HERE):
 What Nazi-Fascism and Communism were in the 20th century, Western homosexual and abortion Ideologies and Islamic Fanaticism are today.
We fought wars against Nazism and Communism.
We must fight wars … Continue reading

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Posted in Si vis pacem para bellum!, Sin That Cries To Heaven, The Coming Storm, The future and our choices | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

WDTPRS – 20th Sunday after Pentecost: Quiet

Yesterday I posted about the Collect for this Sunday’s Novus Ordo Mass for the 27th Ordinary Sunday.  Now, let’s see the Collect for what I jocularly like to called the “adult Mass”, in the Extraordinary Form for the 20th Sunday … Continue reading

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New book by one of our readers here

UPDATE:  This crossed my radar this morning so I bring it back to your attention as well.
ORIGINAL Published on: Jun 10, 2016
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One of our frequent commentatrices here has a new book.

The Jeweler’s Polish.
US HERE
UK HERE
So… there’s this Jeweler… and he’s … Continue reading

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Posted in SESSIUNCULA, The Campus Telephone Pole | 16 Comments