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26 March – Manhattan – Catholic Artists Society – 7pm – Church of the Holy Innocents

For those of you in and around NYC, I recommend heading to the great Church of the Holy Innocents tonight for a talk and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with Fr. George Rutler.  Info HERE
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Some critics of the new translations: “radioactively cynical”

Over at First Things Fr. Rutler has some comments about the new translation and liturgy in general.
Here are a few excerpts. We join him in medias res with my emphases and sinographs:
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Fr. George Rutler (convert from Anglicanism) on new Anglican provision

On CNA Fr. George Rutler comments on the new Anglican provisions.  My emphases and comments:
October 20, 2009Fr. Rutler discusses Vatican’s Anglican provisionBy Fr. George Rutler *
Editor’s Note: Fr. George Rutler, a convert from Anglicanism, was asked by CNA what his … Continue reading

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