Tag Archives: babies

ASK FATHER: Crying babies – Wherein Fr. Z backs away in trepidation

This has to be the third rail of all questions. I have brought it up a few times here … few use the search box I provide it seems… but it keeps coming around.
From a reader…
QUAERITUR:
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QUAERITUR: Babies at Mass revisited. “What should we do?”

From a readerette:
When my husband asked me what I would like for Christmas this year, I said, “I would like for our family to attend a Latin Mass.” (I think that will be my response when he asks what I … Continue reading

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What they are NOT saying in the Synod about REAL New Evangelization: start having babies!

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Changing demographics.

Sts. Nunilo and Alodia pray for us.
In other news, the Armenian Orthodox Patriarch in Tblisi is being credited with boosting the birth-rate in Georgia.   On LifeSite I read that the Patriarch Ilia II … Continue reading

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Fetal cells integrate into a mother’s body with important positive effects.

For your Just Too Cool file.
A reader sent me a link to an article about the integration of fetal cells into the mother’s body and vice versa.  The content of the article is excerpted from a book called Do Chocolate … Continue reading

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Baby Talk… no, it’s not about the lame-duck ICEL translation

Just in case you are one of the three people in the internet using universe who hasn’t yet seen this video – I hadn’t until this afternoon – enjoy.
The conversation is at the level of the lame-duck ICEL translation, but … Continue reading

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