Daily Archives: 8 November 2022

8 Nov: Four Holy Crowned Martyrs: don’t fool around with demonic idols (aka Pachamama)

Today is the Feast of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs.  They were sculptors in ancient Rome who refused to carve pagan demon idols.  Hence, they were killed by the Emperor Diocletian. Their remains are in the Roman church of St. … Read More

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Wherein Fr. Z apologizes

The other day I deceived you. It wasn’t intentional, but “sorry!” nonetheless. I had posted that St. Rita had seen the consistory list.   Well, she had, but the image I posted was not of St. Rita. This is St. Hyacintha … Read More

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Election Day Prayer

I received this via email.  Just thought I would pass it along: Perhaps some of you priests might want to add this to your arsenal.  May a bishop or two as well. It’s a real thing.  Exorcist friends have told … Read More

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Rome/Brooklyn 22/11 – Day 39: ‘Murica

Back in Rome sunrise was at 6:49.  Sunset should be at 16:59. The Ave Maria ought to ring at 17:30. Today in the Basilica of St. Peter is a Feast of all the Saints and Martyrs whose relics are in … Read More