Tag Archives: Robert Card. Sarah

Card. Sarah on kneeling before the Eucharist, Communion in the hand

The other day I visited the chapel of an important Marian apparition.  There were many pilgrims including groups of young people.  A worker nun breezily made a sort of bow to the Blessed Sacrament as she passed before the tabernacle.
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The Power of Silence? Card. Sarah declines role on #2018Synod committee

LifeSite:
Cardinal Sarah declines election to key committee at Vatican Youth Synod [“walking together”]
VATICAN CITY, October 4, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Robert Sarah was elected last evening as a member of the Information Commission responsible for disseminating news on the Vatican … Continue reading

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@Card_R_Sarah terrific sermon for Pentecost and pilgrimage

His Eminence Robert Card. Sarah gave a terrific sermon at Chartres for the conclusion of the traditional Pentecost pilgrimage. NLM has the text in English.
Shall I touch some items that really caught my attention?  My emphases and comments.
Allow me first … Continue reading

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LENTCAzT 2018 39 – Saturday – 5th Week of Lent, Passiontide: When God seems to be asleep

Today is Saturday in the 5th Week of Lent, Passiontide.  The Roman Station is San Giovanni a Porta Latina.  Holy Week begins tomorrow.
In gratitude especially to benefactors who help me and this blog, during Lent I’m once again offering 5 … Continue reading

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Communion in the hand. Wherein Fr. Z rants and provokes.

Not long ago, Robert Card. Sarah penned a preface for a recent book (HERE) about Communion in the hand.  The Cardinal Prefect of the CDW argues that various forces and practices have diminished faith in the Eucharist.  Some of those … Continue reading

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LENTCAzT 2018 25 – Saturday in the 3rd Week of Lent: Stones at our neighbor’s face

Today is Saturday in the 3rd Week of Lent.   The Roman Station is Santa Susanna.
In gratitude especially to benefactors who help me and this blog, during Lent I’m once again offering 5 minute daily podcasts to encourage you in your own … Continue reading

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Card. Sarah has frightened the libs… again. The vicious attacks begin.

Summoning the nastiness of which liberals are duly known, Rita Ferrone demonstrates how mean-spirited a lib can be in piece penned for Commonsqueal.  She attacked Robert Card. Sarah because he has called for a rethinking of Communion in the hand.
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Card. Sarah: return to Communion directly on the tongue while kneeling

A combination of factors has lead to erosion of understanding of the Eucharist and reverence for the Eucharist.  Included in these factors is a near universal insistence that everyone go to Communion at every Mass and, of course, lay ministers … Continue reading

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Concerning lying by omission, the perils of words, and the advantages of silence

At First Things there is a piece by Ramona V. Tausz, who rightly admires the discretion of Queen Elizabeth II regarding the media and too much public exposure.  She writes:
[T]here is something refreshing about Elizabeth herself. Nowadays, we expect our … Continue reading

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CHRISTMASCAzT 2017 30: He lets us experience trials for a while – CORRECTED

UPDATE: I link to the correct audio file now.  SORRY!
Here is CHRISTMASCAzT 30, for the Octave of Christmas, New Year’s Day.
This is the final podcast for Advent/Christmas.  Thanks for listening.
Today, Joseph Ratzinger helps us start the new year.  He get’s … Continue reading

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If our “interior cell phone” is always busy because we are “having a conversation” with other creatures, how can God “call us”?

I find that more and more of my day, when I am at home, is spent in silence.  I have stopped checking the news.  I don’t often listen to music.  Sometimes I listen to audiobooks through Audible or my older … Continue reading

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War, described.

You might want to pause in your busy busy day to visit First Things and read a piece by Italian vaticanista Marco Tosatti.
THE WAR AGAINST CARDINAL SARAH
Do you want to know the sort of man Card. Sarah really is?
US HERE – UK HERE

UPDATE:
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“I learned that when a person has decided to destroy you, he has no lack of words, spite, and hypocrisy”

Inspired by something sent to me today from a Twitter feed.  [UPDATE It’s also quoted by Matthew Schmitz at the Catholic Herald in June 2017 in a round up article about how much people hate Card. Sarah and the amazingly … Continue reading

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The Germans are revolting.

And so it begins.
When Magnum principium came out (which increased the role of bishops conferences in the preparation of liturgical translations), I mentioned that the Germans are usually the problem.  HERE
Now there’s this from the Catholic Herald.  My emphases and comments.
Cardinals Marx and … Continue reading

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Card. Sarah: Holy See has last word on liturgical translations

People ran around with their hair on fire a while back when Pope Francis changed the process by which translations of the liturgical texts are prepared.  He gave a greater role to bishops conferences.
I read today at the National Catholic … Continue reading

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