Daily Archives: 30 September 2020

#ASonnetADay – 50. “How heavy do I journey on the way…”

#ASonnetADay – 50. “How heavy do I journey on the way…” pic.twitter.com/3Qhv6jsjvT — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) October 1, 2020

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A way to get at the Most Holy Trinity from C.S. Lewis

May I make a recommendation?   A friend of mine – who happens to be right now mobilizing and quarantined at Ft. Bliss – sent me the recent C.S. Lewis “doodle”.  These are GREAT. Try this… From Mere Christianity – US … Continue reading

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A Roman Mystery: The Lost Tomb of St. Jerome

NB: TODAY is the 1600th anniversary of the death of St. Jerome!   If there have to be reality TV shows or treasure hunt movies, I propose finding the tomb of St. Jerome (+420) in the Basilica of St. Mary Major … Continue reading

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WWII Bomb discovered in central Rome

At the site of Wanted In Rome, there is a piece about an unexploded WWII bomb discovered in a well-known street, the Via dei Cappellari, near my old stomping grounds Campo de’ Fiori, in the Regola zone. As a matter … Continue reading

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Remind me. Whose administration went after the Little Sisters of the Poor?

I watched the first debate last night between Pres. Trump and former-VP Biden. It was not edifying. There was a line, however, that said a lot to me, how on one side, the dem side, they just make things up. … Continue reading

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