Daily Archives: 15 April 2016

Church Madness FINAL: VOTE NOW! @SJCantius v. Salt Lake City Cathedral

UPDATE 16 April 1510 GMT: Nothing has been decided.  Do NOT think your vote isn’t needed. St. John Cantius, which has the TLM, needs your vote!  NOW. You bloggers who support the Traditional Latin Mass should get on board with this. … Read More

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EWTN: Robert Royal and Fr. Gerald Murray on #AmorisLaetitia

Great commentary about Amoris laetitia from Robert Royal and Fr. Gerald Murray on EWTN. At about 20:00 Fr. Murray has gives a fantastic response to Arroyo’s toungue-in-check challenge after reading out a portion of AL 304. Arroyo from 304-305: “It is reductive … Read More

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Must Catholic doctrine on marriage now be affirmed by every bishop and bishops conference individually?

At the peculiarly appellated Eponymous Flower there is (in addition to a poll on the sidebar about Amoris laetitia) a piece gleaned from Katholisches.info about a presser held by the honchos of the Spanish Bishops Conference on, yes, Familiaris divortio … … Read More

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This and That. It’s Friday after a bad week!

A few things all stuck together in no particular order. First, there’s this quote, which I saw recently somewhere. In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. – George Orwell Yesterday I saw this on … Read More

Posted in Random Thoughts |

Dem Sen. Barbara Boxer attacks Fr. Sirico of Acton Institute for questioning global warming – VIDEO – POLL

I have long contended that Sen. Barbara Boxer may be the dimmest light in that intellectual constellation called the U.S. Senate.  She has competition, I’ll grant. I saw this at the Daily Caller, which, by the way, has a poll … Read More

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LifeSite: Head of US Bishops’ news agency (CNS) resigns, blames ‘far right blogosphere’

In the midst of a week of bad news, comes this good news. Firstly, I would much rather see someone convert, be faithful, turn about to a good path, than lose his job. Next, catholic libs hate the blogosphere. That … Read More

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