Daily Archives: 19 May 2008

Prayer request

Please pray for a woman friend of mine in Rome who is finally getting married! I couldn’t be happier for this good outcome. Also, they have chosen to keep things rather low key, which emphasizes that the SACRAMENT, not the … Read More

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Crazy day

Today I solved problems. Problems. Problems. Problems. Then, work out time. I listened to an audio book version of The Surgeons’ Mate at the same time as I played through a level of Halo II on legendary and burned calories … Read More

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Podcast Awards

Have any of you heard of this? http://www.podcastawards.com/

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Feeder report – and thanks

You have met Mr. Indigo bunting. A sparrow comes in for a landing. Please meet the Missus.  First time I have really seen her around. This is Mrs. Bunting.  She is rather aggresive, bumping sparrows out of the way with … Read More

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Cardiff Cathedral TLM debacle UPDATE

I have posted some additional info.

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St. Peter Wright, priest and martyr

Today is the Feast of St. Peter Wright, slain in 1651 at Tyburn for being a Catholic and a priest. Here is his entry in the Roman Martyrology: 11*. Londinii in Anglia, beati Petri Wright, presbyteri et martyris, qui, fidem … Read More

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Oldie PODCAzT 30: Augustine on Peter and John; singing a Tridentine Requiem; St. Peter Celestine V

Here is an "oldie", from last year.  In this PODCAzT (#29) we hear St. Augustine of Hippo’s tr. 124 on the Gospel of John, in which he explores what Christ meant when He told Peter to follow Him but told … Read More

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Chant: Music For The Soul

I understand that the CD of Gregorian chant prepared by the monks at Heiligenkreuz is not available. The disk is called Chant: Music For The Soul

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