Tag Archives: Cristeros

JUST TOO COOL! Wherein Fr. Z is AMAZED at … coincidences? I think not.

Okay… someone tell me what’s going on here!  (Trick question.  I think I know.)
As you recall, I have a great portable altar from St. Joseph’s Apprentice, and Pelican case to ship it in.  HERE
I also now have great reversible travel … Continue reading

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¡Viva Cristo Rey! Mexican bishop persecuted by homosexualists

It’s coming.
It it time to take  “¡Hagan lío!” to another step.
From LifeSite:
Mexican bishop says he’ll evangelize in prison if he’s locked up for ‘homophobia’
September 16, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – The Catholic bishop of Cuernavaca, Mexico, is being investigated in response to his … Continue reading

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Posted in ¡Hagan lío!, Si vis pacem para bellum!, Sin That Cries To Heaven, The Coming Storm, The future and our choices, The Last Acceptable Prejudice | Tagged , , , | 17 Comments

Peter O’Toole: R.I.P. Fr. Z POLL

Actor Peter O’Toole has died at the age of 81.  He will forever be connected to one of the greatest films of its era (or any era), Lawrence of Arabia.  I suspect some of you young’uns haven’t seen it.
I digress.
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Movie “For Greater Glory” is now available on DVD and Blue-Ray

The movie about the Cristeros, For Greater Glory, is now available on DVD and Blue-Ray.

I haven’t seen it, but I hear it is good.

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My preference for concelebration

Every time I post about concelebration and private Masses, interesting discussion evolves.
This was sent by a reader.  From this Pinterest page, these priests are saying their daily Masses during the annual Chartes Pentecost pilgrimage.

On another note, here is a shot … Continue reading

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Posted in "How To..." - Practical Notes, Liturgy Science Theatre 3000, Our Catholic Identity, Priests and Priesthood, Religious Liberty | Tagged , , | 63 Comments