Daily Archives: 23 April 2021

#ASonnetADay – Sonnet 154. “The little Love-god lying once asleep…”

#ASonnetADay – Sonnet 154. “The little Love-god lying once asleep…” FINIS pic.twitter.com/JOwGAIRhDo — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) April 23, 2021

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Happy Talk Like Shakespeare Day 2021!

In the past, National “Talk Like Shakespeare Day” has like a prefatory defalcator stealthily crept in upon my dawning awareness.  Not so this year. During this last year, under the inspiration of Sir Patrick Stewart and at the admonition of … Read More

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IRELAND – extreme COVID-1984 repression – OUTDOOR confession illegal

The last acceptable prejudice. A headline I thought I would never read. It highlights the extreme nature of the current restrictions. (From this week’s @IrishCathNews) pic.twitter.com/MlCxz6vWHo — David Quinn (@DavQuinn) April 23, 2021 I, for one, welcome our Great Reset … Read More

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Daily Rome Shot 137

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