Daily Archives: 27 October 2010

“I worked so hard for that title!”

I don’t like being called anything but “Father” … except for those times when I don’t care.   After all, I worked hard for that title. Oooops… er… um… no… um… no, wait.    It has to do with that ontological character … Read More

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Minnesota Democrats: ANTI-CATHOLIC in print

I wonder if there is a federal statute that covers using the U.S Postal Service for the distribution of discriminatory printed material aimed at a specific religious group.  I am no lawyer, but I can wonder.  Right? Yesterday I posted … Read More

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Benedict XVI on regulating migration

A friend of mine, the great Roman Fabrizio noticed this and sent it along for our opportune knowledge. The Holy Father, in his “Message” for the World Day for Migrants and Refugees, offered: ” The Church recognizes this right in … Read More


Msgr. Gherardini on the SSPX talks and the future of the SSPX

Our friends at Rorate have a bit of an interview with the distinguished theologian Msgr. Brunero Gherardini (an old prof at the Lateran back in my day). My E and C. Msgr. Brunero Gherardini on the SSPX On September 29, … Read More

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Nuns auctioning rare Honus Wagner baseball card

From AP with my usual treatment: Holy card! Nuns auctioning rare Honus Wagner By BEN NUCKOLS, Associated Press BALTIMORE – Sister Virginia Muller had never heard of shortstop Honus Wagner. But she quickly learned the baseball great is a revered … Read More

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