Daily Archives: 23 October 2014

Salt and Light attacks Card. Burke: sticking to the ideal instead of ministering to people

Life Site has a piece about Salt and Light network’s verbal attack on Card. Burke. HERE As you may know, Fr. Thomas Rosica, who did some work for the Holy See Press Office during the Synod of Bishops, heads up … Continue reading

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ASK FATHER: The priest changes many things during Mass

From a reader… QUAERTUR: In my parish, the priest is a bit of a progressive type (he recommended Fishwrap as a good Catholic website). Anyway, just wondering whether it’s OK that he never says the Nicene Creed (it’s always the Apostle’s Creed), whether … Continue reading

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ASK FATHER: Placement of choir

From a reader… QUAERITUR: What does the Church recommend IF there is NOT A LOFT? I am a music director at a small rural church and ONLY at Christmas and Easter do we have the choir come up during communion … Continue reading

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Michael Voris, Card. Burke… corrections

Get this from Michael Voris: Michael stood up. Good for him. UPDATE 24 Oct: It has been interesting reading the reactions to what Mr. Voris did. I wonder if some people, especially over at The Olympian Middle, aren’t mired in … Continue reading

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ROME – Day 3: Vestments, cont. Other stuff.

This morning we had Mass at Ss. Trinità dei Pellegrini, the FSSP parish.  They are always welcoming and helpful when priests want to say Mass. I like the way the amices are done here.  The ribbons can be removed easily, … Continue reading

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