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Fr. Tim Finigan: “Isn’t Margate terrific?”

From the newly retooled Catholic Herald, the best Catholic weekly in the UK comes this abut my friend Fr. Tim Finigan, who was in the autumn transferred from his parish in Blackfen to far-flung Margate, where Turner painted and where … Continue reading

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More hijinx about the Holy Father saying the old Mass

I hope the Holy Father does, in fact, say the older form of Mass whenever it pleases.
The Pope of Rome should be able to use the Roman Rite when it pleaseth His Holiness of our Lord.
The other day the story … Continue reading

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GUEST RANT: the present Eucharistic Fast is a JOKE

Stuart Reid, a regular columnist in the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald, wrote a smart thing the other day!
My emphases and comments:
Perpend…
Counter-Reformation corner (first in an occasional series on ways to reform the reforms): The present fasting rules … Continue reading

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Stuart Reid on “Gnostic traditionalists”

Stuart Reid, weekly columnist for the Catholic Herald, England’s best Catholic weekly, has a few things to say about "traditionalists".
Calm down now, dears
Friday 31 July 2009
John Ryan’s 1975 cartoon
Let me throw caution to the wind … Continue reading

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