Daily Archives: 12 January 2011

Egyptian policeman shoots Christian girls

From Catholic Culture: Policeman shoots 4 Christians in Egypt Less than two weeks after a church bombing in Alexandria left 21 Coptic Christians dead, an off-duty policeman shot four Christians on a train, killing a 71-year-old man. A fifth person … Read More

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SSPX Bp. Fellay criticizes Benedict XVI about Assisi meeting

From The Catholic Herald (which has a huge discount right now annual subscriptions to the full digital version): SSPX leader criticises Pope’s plan to hold inter-religious meeting By Anna Arco The leader of the Society of St Pius X has … Read More

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QUAERITUR: Mass “in honor” of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

I have received a few emails asking me (again, this year) if it is appropriate to celebrate Mass (again, this year) in honor of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I look forward to the day that Masses are … Read More

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Michael Voris about tabernacles and, gasp, liberals!

Michael Voris has another indirect, deeply nuanced reflection, this time touching on issues such as the placement of the tabernacle in churches.

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Miracle attributed to Ven. John Paul II

Andrea Tornielli reports that yesterday the cardinal and bishop members of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints voted to accept a miracle attributed to the intercession of Ven. John Paul II.  This miracle was the healing of a French … Read More

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A note about The Tablet

My friend Fr. Ray Blake, the p.p. of St. Mary Magdalen in Brighton, posted this about The Tablet (aka The Bitter Pill). Keep in mind this may be hard to substantiate. Shops seem to be closing all over Brighton, more … Read More

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