Category Archives: The Campus Telephone Pole

NEW Z-SWAG – Liquidum non frangit ieiunium

Some of you asked for mugs with the phrase Liquidum non frangit ieiunium.
Ecce.  I added one to the Fr. Z Stuff Store.  HERE
Some samples…
Can insulator…

Drinking glass.

Something whimsical… for medicinal purposes only, of course.

Two sizes of coffee mugs, with the text on … Continue reading

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Get a free music CD of spectacular music of Lent from St. John Cantius

I had a great offer from the Canons at St. John Cantius which they want to extend to you, through my blog.
BIRETTA BOOKS – SPECIAL OFFER FOR LENT
Biretta Books has a special Lenten offer for Fr. Z’s Blog readers.
Visit www.BirettaBooks.com anytime … Continue reading

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MADISON, WI – ASH WEDNEDAY – 7 pm TLM

Tomorrow, Ash Wednesday, at 7 pm we will have a traditional Sung Mass, Extraordinary Form, at the chapel of the Bishop O’Connor Center.  All are welcome.
Ash Wednesday is not a Holy Day of Obligation.  This, however, could be one of the “last … Continue reading

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“Juventutem” News: Bp. Schneider Mass in DC Sunday 15 Feb, and new chapter in NYC

I am delighted to report something that I knew about, but didn’t post on, alas. In NYC a “Juventutem” (I wish they didn’t use that “J”) has a new chapter situated at… yes… that vibrant parish Holy Innocents. They met … Continue reading

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Hugh Hewitt’s interview with David Axelrod

If you have a little time today, go to Hugh Hewitt’s page and listen to the audio of the interview he did yesterday with David Axelrod (advisor to Pres. Obama).  HERE
I can’t stand Axelrod’s politics, but he is a brilliant … Continue reading

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Beware of posters glued to poles!

I received this from an intrepid reader:
Father, I have an interesting ‘quick hit’ possible picture post for the blog:
While walking in downtown Toronto I noticed the attached poster splashed all around. The subject matter does not match the medium given … Continue reading

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28 FEB – NYC – Holy Innocents Church – Card. Dolan Requiem for Fr. Groeschel

His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of the New York, will visit the Church of the Holy Innocents on Saturday 28 February 2015.  At 10 AM, His Eminence will celebrate a Mass for the Dead (Ordinary Form) for Fr. Benedict … Continue reading

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Audio Books, Red Shirts, and You

In addition to using my Kindle, and using regular books, I also listen to a lot of audio books as I drive or travel or putter about doing chores drinking Mystic Monk Coffee.   I’ve found audible.com has a great … Continue reading

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PRINCETON U: 3 Feb – Sung Mass in the university chapel

I received news that tomorrow, 3 February, there will be a Missa Cantata, Extraordinary Form, at the chapel of Princeton University at 9 pm. HERE
If you are nearby, it would be good to give support to this initiative.
I don’t know … Continue reading

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MADISON, WI – 2 Feb – CANDLEMAS – Pontifical Mass at the Throne

On 2 February – Candlemas – in Madison, WI, His Excellency Most Rev. Bishop Robert C. Morlino (the Extraordinary Ordinary) will celebrate a Pontifical Mass at the Throne.
The Mass will begin at 7 pm at the Bishop O’Connor Center.
Bishop Morlino … Continue reading

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