Daily Archives: 5 October 2020

An introduction to #FratelliTutti by @DrSamuelGregg

To all the people who are asking me to comment on Tutti Frutti… Frutti Fratelli… Fratelli Tutti… I suggest my friend Sam Gregg’s solid introduction to the document at Catholic World Report. A few of his comments follow.  And, while … Read More

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#ASonnetADay – 55. “Not marble, nor the gilded monuments…”

#ASonnetADay – 55. “Not marble, nor the gilded monuments…” pic.twitter.com/GjJd5jDuvI — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) October 6, 2020

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9 October – Feast of St. John Henry Newman. We can celebrate him using the Traditional Latin Mass: his LATIN Collect

The other day Fr. Hunwicke reminded me at his fine blog that 9 October is the Feast of St. John Henry Newman. Keep in mind that legislation came from the newest incarnation of the old Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei“, now … Read More

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Becciu accused of bribing witnesses against Card. Pell using $1.14m of Vatican funds

This is important. BTW… the Cardinal’s name is pronounced like “bétchoo”. #BREAKING A senior Catholic cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciu has been accused of using $1.14m of Vatican funds to bribe witnesses to secure a sex abuse conviction against rival Cardinal … Read More

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St. Augustine of Hippo in “Tutti” – #fratellitutti

I was asked in email what I thought of the use of St. Augustine’s Letter 229 in the section on war in the new encyclical, risibly entitled in Italian Fratelli tutti. The encyclical says that wars are bad.   I think we … Read More

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