Daily Archives: 22 October 2018

Pope reacts to Viganò and #ViganòTestimony 3.0

Okay, that meant Msgr. Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington DC. He writes about the third Viganò Testimony HERE.
A sample:
As I finished reading Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s third letter, I had an immediate sense that I had just read … Continue reading

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Posted in ¡Hagan lío!, Priests and Priesthood, The Coming Storm, The Drill, The future and our choices | 32 Comments

Angels and liturgy

It is a commonplace that even a so-called “private” Mass is never truly private. The steps, cruets, candles, paten, chalice, the fringe of the stole the edges of the pages and the priest’s fingertips are wreathed about with myriads of … Continue reading

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Posted in Liturgy Science Theatre 3000, SESSIUNCULA | 4 Comments

My View For Awhile: Roman Week

Off I go to Rome for a short trip, especially for the sake of the annual Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage.
At the airport, I am already getting Latin inscriptions, or at least photos of the Latin inscriptions.

And a few steps later, more … Continue reading

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Posted in On the road, SESSIUNCULA, What Fr. Z is up to | 8 Comments