Tag Archives: D. Lincoln

How did ‘ad orientem’ worship go in the Diocese of Lincoln?

Do you remember that in the Diocese of Lincoln, Bishop Conley decided to celebrated Holy Mass ad orientem versus during Advent?  HERE The blog Corpus Christi Watershed has a follow up on how that went.  Sample: A number of other parishes … Continue reading

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Turning to the East in the Diocese of Lincoln – UPDATED

UPDATED: see below ORIGINALLY POSTED on: Nov 21, 2014 The late-great liturgist Klaus Gamber, who also influenced Joseph Ratzinger (also known by another name), said that turning around the altars was the single most damaging change that happened in the name of … Continue reading

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How many Little Flowers does it take to make a bouquet?

Here’s something both Catholic and cute for a change. In the Diocese of Lincoln, where it is still okay to be a faithful Catholic openly, there is a school where, on the Feast of St. Therese, the girls dress as … Continue reading

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New bishop of Lincoln will maintain tradition

From Omaha.com A new take on tradition for incoming Lincoln bishop By Joe Duggan WORLD-HERALD BUREAU LINCOLN — He’s got folk rockers Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers on his iPod. He’s on Twitter and Facebook. And he’s passionate … Continue reading

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New Bishop of Lincoln, NE: Bp. Bruskewitz retires, and Benedict XVI appoints…

Some appointments of bishops seem more significant than others.  This one is noteworthy. Lincoln, Neb., Sep 14, 2012 / 05:05 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As the Diocese of Lincoln celebrates its 125th anniversary, Bishop James D. Conley has been named the … Continue reading

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