Daily Archives: 29 December 2016

NLM: Four Bloggers Submit Dubium to Eye of the Tiber Concerning Its Status as Satire

As seen on NLM:
Four Bloggers Submit Dubium to Eye of the Tiber Concerning Its Status as Satire
GREGORY DIPIPPO
Four prominent members of the Catholic blogosphere – Fr John Zuhsldorf of Fr Z’s Blog (formerly called “What Does the Prayer Really Say?”), canonist … Continue reading

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Merenda Time!

It’s mid-afternoon coffee time.
How is your supply?

You know what to do.

 

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29 Dec – St. David: Musical Poet King, Old Testament Prophet, Forerunner of Christ

Holy Church considers many Old Testament figures to be saints.
Today when you open your trusty copy of the 2005 Martyrologium Romanum you will find, just below the St. Thomas Becket, this interesting entry:
2. Commemoratio sancti David, regis et prophetae, qu, … Continue reading

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ASK FATHER: Friday penance, abstinence during the Octave of Christmas

From a reader… already…
Is Friday, December 30, a Meat Friday since it falls within the Octave of Christmas?
It is good to see that someone is planning ahead.  As I write we are a fortnight from the day in question.  Ergo, … Continue reading

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