Daily Archives: 19 February 2011

Some recent posts of interest

As they scroll on down the road, here are some links to recent posts of interest. First, think about the WDTPRS Spiritual Bouquet for Pope Benedict for St. Joseph’s Day (19 March) And also… News from an Italian source about … Read More

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News from an Italian source about the Instruction on Summorum Pontificum

There is a good deal of hand-wringing going on right now about the possibility that the upcoming “Instruction” about Summorum Pontificum will water-down the provisions which the Supreme Pontiff made the law of the Latin Church. About this Instruction, I … Read More

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QUAERITUR: priest changing the lame-duck translation or starting early with the new

From a priest reader: The new translation is coming up in Advent.  I can hardly wait!  Now we are stuck using the old “lame-duck” translations, as you call it.  I’d use a different phrase. Honestly, I hate the present translation … Read More

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REVIEW: Baptism booklet (Angelus Press, 2006)

A while back I fielded a question about the celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism in the traditional form, using the older Rituale Romanum.  In that discussion the issue of booklets for the use of bystanders came up. The nice … Read More

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Can I has gazelle?

Just for a chuckle.

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SSPX Bp. Fellay about Summorum Pontificum

Benedict XVI is the Pope of Christian Unity. SSPX Bp. Bernard Fellay has issued some interesting observations in the form of Q&A. Here are his observations about Benedict XVI’s Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum.  They are on the site of the … Read More

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