Daily Archives: 26 December 2021

27 Dec – St. John the Evangelist – Today we bless WINE!

The liturgical year guided and nourished and shaped Catholics for centuries.  It does so far less now, since it is much diminished after the “reforms” that hacked away at the calendar. However, once upon a time people not only followed … Read More

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Cri de Coeur: I feel like I have become an “undocumented Catholic”

This message from a friend sums up what I believe a great many people are feeling right now. They say I sow schism because I remain faithful to the Faith and customs of my forbears. I feel like I have … Read More

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When there is a wound, steps must be taken to heal it.

Excerpted from my weekly offering at One Peter Five: […] Priests have the right to say three Masses on Christmas even without the canonical tolerance of them doing so on other days for pastoral reasons. And because the Gospel of … Read More

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes: Sunday in the Octave of Christmas Christmas

Too many people today are without good, strong preaching, to the detriment of all. Share the good stuff. Was there a GOOD point made in the sermon you heard at the Mass for Christmas (jabbed or not!), either live or on … Read More

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