Tag Archives: Fr. George Rutler

In The Wild – Z-Swag Sighting: “To be deep in history…”

A priest reader alerted me to an article in the Dartmouth alumni magazine about Fr. George Rutler, now pastor of St. Michael’s and the beleaguered Holy Innocents in Manhattan, then pastor, in 2012, of Our Savior. In the article we … Continue reading

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26 March – Manhattan – Catholic Artists Society – 7pm – Church of the Holy Innocents

For those of you in and around NYC, I recommend heading to the great Church of the Holy Innocents tonight for a talk and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with Fr. George Rutler.  Info HERE CAS Lenten evening of recollection: … Continue reading

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Some critics of the new translations: “radioactively cynical”

Over at First Things Fr. Rutler has some comments about the new translation and liturgy in general. Here are a few excerpts. We join him in medias res with my emphases and sinographs: […] Publicly owned corporations are more accountable … Continue reading

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Fr. George Rutler (convert from Anglicanism) on new Anglican provision

On CNA Fr. George Rutler comments on the new Anglican provisions.  My emphases and comments: October 20, 2009Fr. Rutler discusses Vatican’s Anglican provisionBy Fr. George Rutler * Editor’s Note: Fr. George Rutler, a convert from Anglicanism, was asked by CNA … Continue reading

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