Daily Rome Shot 640 and MORE Requiem for Card. Pell in Rome

More from Cardinal Pell’s Requiem in Rome.

From Bree Dail.

Meanwhile…

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And… look at the Kings!

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6 Comments

  1. eamonob says:

    Allegri’s Miserere Mei. Beautiful!

  2. Synonymous_Howard says:

    1. Bf1 Qxf1
    2. Qc2+ Ke1
    3. Re7+ Qe2
    4. Qxe2#

    If 1. … Rd2 instead
    2. Rd7 Rxd7
    3. Bxc4 bxc4
    and White is safely ahead.

  3. monstrance says:

    Great to see Cardinal Burke.

  4. LoriAnnD says:

    So beautiful and how nice to see Cardinal Burke! I’m not sure why but whenever I see Cardinal Burke I have such a feeling of affection for the man. Maybe its his grandfatherly demeanor or his gentle but strong manner. God bless and protect him! and I appreciate what he did with the dubia but wow I wish he would/could do more!

  5. Look where the Kings are!

    1. Bf1! (this bishop is poison) Qxf1
    2. Qc2+ Ke1
    3. Re7+ Qe2
    4. Qxe2#

    1. Bf1! Qd4
    2. Qe2#

    1. Bf1! Qe6 (to cover e2)
    2. Qc1#

    1. Bf1! Rd2
    2. Bxc4 Rxb2
    3. Kxb2 bxc4

    1. Bf1! Rd2
    2. Rd7 Rxd7
    3. Bxc4 bxc4
    4. Qxh8

    whew

  6. The Vicar says:

    I think the burning question this blog post leaves unanswered is: Who’s the mystery figure on the left in the opening frame of the Mass?

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