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25 September: Bl. Herman “the Cripple”

One of my Roman interlocutors reminded me by text that today is the Feast of Bl. Herman of Reichenau, “the Cripple”, honored in the Benedictine Tradition.  This was an amazing guy!  He could barely move and hardly speak, stricken with … Continue reading

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Ex ore infantium perfecisti laudem

Last Sunday at the end of the TLM at St. Mary’s in Pine Bluff, we were all joined in the singing of the Salve Regina by very young congregants.    

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WARNING! Herein is cuteness!

Sent by a reader. This two-year-old has a bright future. Ex ore infantium… [wp_youtube]42Ud4YMmgVY[/wp_youtube]

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