Daily Archives: 21 October 2013

QUAERITUR: Sacraments for children at some different parish?

From a reader: Can I arrange for my daughter to eventually attend catechism classes, and have First Communion and Confirmation in a parish outside of our geographical parish? Or is she required to receive the sacraments in our geographical parish unless the parish … Read More

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Of Z-Swag and Hans Küng and stolen vehicles

At the blog Defende nos in proelio there was a great post about what happens when you put Z-Swag on your car. Go over there and spike their traffic.  It involves Fr. Finigan, and a car blessing and a run … Read More

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Rome update

I am in Rome, as some will recall. Since the end of the pilgrimage I have been doing as much nothing as possible. Alas, a lot of nothing is not possible, so I do as much nothing as possible. Here, … Read More

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The next homosexualist goal: elimination of “age of consent”, license for pedophiles

I have been writing for a long time now that the next step in the homosexualist agenda is to eliminate the “age of consent” limit.   They approach their goals through creeping (and creepy) incrementalism.  They will eventually rehabilitate even … Read More

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UK: Confraternity of Catholic Clergy (invitation to laity!)

From my friend Fr. Finigan over at his place. Confraternity of Catholic Clergy – and an invitation to the laity Wednesday 23 October sees the Autumn colloquium of the British Confraternity of Catholic Clergy. I have advertised this here before but … Read More

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QUAERITUR: People’s names on chalices, windows, etc.

From a  reader: I have noticed that on some of the vessels, vestments, and crucifix at Mass, there is an inscription to a deceased person. Is this a tradition? Is there some sort of indulgence for the deceased person? Yes, it is … Read More

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