Daily Archives: 10 June 2016

SPAIN: Some food – 1

Some really good food was consumed in Spain. I was pretty busy and not posting a great deal during the trip so here are some highlights. Little marinated shrimps. Iberico ham with the usual tomato smeared bread. Octopus. Eggplants. Sopa … Read More

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19 Yezidi girls burned to death in iron cages

News from the Religion of Peace comes to us via AhlulBayt News Agency: ISIS burns 19 Yezidi girls to death in Mosul AhlulBayt News Agency – Extremist terrorists of the ISIS on Thursday executed 19 Yezidi girls by burning them … Read More

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About Latin and how hard Mass ought to be.

At Crisis there is an entry by Anne Maloney, a Philosophy prof at – or all places – the College of St. Catherine in St Paul, Minnesota.  Let’s just say that Saint Kate’s has been really weird for a really long time, … Read More

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A woman writes about her First Confession

It has been a while since I’ve said it, so I’ll say it now: GO TO CONFESSION! There, I said it.  And I mean it. I was sent a link to a piece at a blog called The Motherlands.  The blogger … Read More

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Novus Ordo news: 22 July is now the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene

The Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments, headed by the great Robert Card. Sarah, has issued a decree making – for the Novus Ordo, mind you – what was the Memorial of St. Mary Magdalene into a … Read More

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