Daily Archives: 11 December 2011

Wymynprysts yn Mynnysota

In the Star Tribune, ultra-liberal newspaper of my native place, there is an article about wywmwmnyprysts. It is too long and dull for you, so here are some bits. Let’s have a look with my emphases and comments. Female priests push … Read More

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Changes to the C of E

From The Weekly Standard: The End of Canterbury Will the sun set on the Anglican communion? BY JOSEPH BOTTUM The archbishop of Canterbury is going to resign next year. At least that’s the story making the rounds of newspapers in … Read More

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WDTPRS POLL: Did you see Rose vestments on “Gaudete” Sunday?

Here is a little poll for your 3rd Sunday of Advent. Please choose an answer and add a comment in the combox.

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Stave by Stave: The great Fr. Perrone writes his first Mass!

Here is one for your “brick by brick” file. My friend, the distinguished Church musician Fr. Eduard Perrone, pastor at Assumption Grotto in Detroit, has written a Mass, to be used during the Christmas season, in honor of the Blessed … Read More

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QUAERITUR: What is a “stable group”? How big? How small?

From a reader: Saw your most recent quaeriter [“quaeritur” is a verb, btw.] and noted the use of “stable group.” We are struggling with our diocese over the definition of that term, as they [“they”? Diocesan officials?] want to say a stable … Read More

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QUAERITUR: Resources for seminarians to learn TLM on their own. Wherein Fr. Z rants.

During an ordination, someone must stand up in front of the ordaining bishop and attest that seminarians are properly formed and educated and suitable for ordination. However, seminarians of the Latin Church are not being trained in the whole of … Read More

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