Tag Archives: Macon

¡Vaya lío! Another church gets a new Communion rail!

The other day I posted about the installation of a new Communion rail in the Church of St. Mary in Pine Bluff, WI.  HERE Now I read that a new rail will be installed in St. Joseph’s Church in Macon, … Continue reading

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Rats in the Rectory – Redivivi

It looks as if in Macon, Georgia it may be time to pick up that Rituale Romanum again and flip to the part with the deprecatory prayers against rats. Poor Fr. McDonald at Southern Orders is fighting off the rats … Continue reading

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Brick by continuity brick in Macon, Georgia

From a reader about St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Macon, GA where Fr. Allan McDonald is building brick by brick.  You will remember Fr. McDonald from his rodent wars and his efforts at true continuity in liturgical worship.  Fr. McDonald … Continue reading

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Over at the blog Southern Orders I see that Fr. McDonald and Fr. Justin received their new WDTPRS coffee mugs.  These are Say The Black (Translation Edition) mugs.

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Previously on RATS IN THE RECTORY (here). On the blog Southern Orders I saw that Fr. M has some news, as well as a very satisfying and at the same time disgusting photo. Well, I got access to a computer … Continue reading

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RATS IN THE RECTORY! Of priests and rodents

I posted about the issue of the Hamster on the sidebar (yes, I actually wrote that sentence). Now I read about another priest with a rodent problem: rats in the rectory (yes, I wrote that too and I can already … Continue reading

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