Daily Archives: 24 April 2016

NYC EXILE – DAY 4: Of Sung Mass and Sunshine

It was another picture perfect day. Before heading to Mass today I made sure to have a brief stroll in the park. After Mass, eggs… Benedict, of course. After Sung Vespers, several of us went to China Town (which is … Read More

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point in the sermon you heard for your Mass of Sunday obligation? Let us know. At this point I plan on talking about sins against Hope.  Will I moved to speak on something else?  Who knows?


“To label a priest “non-judgmental” is damning.” He is incapable of thinking clearly, affirms people in moral errors

At The Catholic Thing Fr. Jerry Pokorsky has a good piece about being non-judgmental, particularly about non-judgmental priests.  I think we have all met that sort, right?  These pathetic, flexi-spined cowards who would be, were Dante in charge, consigned to chase … Read More

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