Daily Archives: 31 July 2018


Now that I look at that post title, I can see why you might think that I am channeling the Id of Trad-dom. In fact, today I had an informal lunch with some young priests: guys drop in between 12-2 … Continue reading

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“An awful lot of clergy dislike the Novus Ordo, once you add both those opposing groups together”

The inimitable Fr. H today has a spiffing piece at his blog Mutual Enrichment.  Let’s have a look. Taking a breath We are told that a certain sort of Novus Ordo cleric complains that the current 2010 English translation of the Roman … Continue reading

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31 July – St. Ignatius of Loyola: Concerning Jesuits and Heretics

May I say from the onset that I have some spiffy Pope Clement XIV gear? HERE Here is the Martyrologium Romanum entry for great saint, the founder of the Society of Jesus. (To the right is my first class relic … Continue reading

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