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27 July: Canon Law Conference – Speculum Iustitiae

The Speculum Iustitiae conference continues today.  You will recognize the title as being that given to Mary in her beautiful litany. It is encouraging that beautiful churches can be built still today in beautiful places. As Mass closed yesterday, Cardinal Burke … Continue reading

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26 July: Canon Law Conference – Speculum Iustitiae

To begin, for the readers of the Fishwrap, I’ll lead off with this. Buy this book now… HERE (UK HERE). And now the real thing. Each summer, His Eminence Raymond Card. Burke organizes a conference for canon and civil lawyers. … Continue reading

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MADISON 1 July: Pontifical Mass at Throne for Suffering and Persecuted Christians Around the Globe

UPDATE: I’ll pass this along… From the Chancellor of the Diocese of Madison: With this email I convey the dispensation of the Most Rev. Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of Madison, granted to any of those who assist piously in the … Continue reading

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UPDATE Road Warrior Tips: Appreciating soft landings and cheaper data abroad (KeepGo)

UPDATE 29 June: Some of you have availed yourselves of getting a KeepGo through the link I provided, below.   Thanks!  I have received some additional data. HERE I was very satisfied with how my KeepGo kept me connected in both … Continue reading

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#ActonU – Day 2-3: Economics, Benedictine Option, and Physics

Day 2 (aka 1st full day) of Acton U was replete – as always – with great presentations.   In the afternoon, I went to a talk about the Benedictine Option.  This is not about the arrangement of candles and Crucifix on … Continue reading

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#ActonU Day 1-2: For the study of religion and liberty

This time, my view for a while involved a windshield and, for a long stretch of Illinois and Indiana, Krazy Kaplan discount fireworks signs. I mean, there were literally dozens of big billboards, one after another. A bird’s eye view … Continue reading

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SPAIN: Some food – 1

Some really good food was consumed in Spain. I was pretty busy and not posting a great deal during the trip so here are some highlights. Little marinated shrimps. Iberico ham with the usual tomato smeared bread. Octopus. Eggplants. Sopa … Continue reading

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My View For Awhile: “… tired but happy” Edition

Time to head home. I’ll say one thing about these early flight: things move faster. The taxi driver nearly broke a new BCN track record.  I noted that he crossed himself as we zoomed pasted the cemetery. In the lounge … Continue reading

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Spain Day 1: Jerónimo and Real Deal

I’m in a city and country I’ve never visited. Madrid, Spain. We got in late so we only had a couple snacks. This morning it was off to the Prado, by way of the nearby church San Jerónimo el Real. … Continue reading

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Rome – Day 5-6: Processions and Purgatories

The last few days have been a busy blur. But here are a few images from the blur. First, a shot of the interior of Santa Maria sopra Minerva. It is a rare Gothic church, in the hands the hands … Continue reading

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Fr. Z’s 25th Anniversary of Ordination

Well… this is it.  I made it this far. Many priests observe the anniversary of their ordination at this time of year. It is a common time for ordinations, probably because Ember Days were common times for ordinations and Ember … Continue reading

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Rome – Day 2: DOC and berries

Busy day. Today I got my basic shopping done for some clerical things and a couple books. We met for lunch a priest who teaches in one of the Roman schools. The owner of the restaurant is from Amatrice.  On … Continue reading

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Rome – Day 1: Not quite out of the way Churches

The usual breakfast. The Roman cornetto (roll) is not duplicated anywhere else. Click the wavy flag to help me buy breakfast tomorrow, too!  (And many thanks to those who have donated.  Mass on Friday for my benefactors.) We went to … Continue reading

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ROME – Day 0.5: Et In Arcadia Ego

Once back in the City, a switch is thrown in my head and it is as if I never left. I made a run to Gammarelli to do some vestment business, but my guy wasn’t there.  I’ll have to go … Continue reading

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My View For Awhile: Silver Edition

I’m off! It is nice to have visual verification that your bag is going with you. I was in a bit of a hurry at the end of packing.  I had carefully put out everything that had to go, except … Continue reading

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