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Rome abuse “summit”, an SSPX video, and an @fatherz Jeremiad

On the brink of the commencement of the sex abuse “summit”, which is organized to speak to a dreadful problem in the Church, but is designed to avoid the root cause, I received this morning a video produced by the … Continue reading

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1 May: Feast of St. Jeremiah, Old Testament Prophet

  Today is not only the feast of St. Joseph the worker, but also the feast of the prophet Jeremiah. Some people do not know that many figures of the Old Testament are considered saints by the Catholic Church.  They are … Continue reading

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1 May: Feast of the Prophet St. Jeremiah

  Today is not only the feast of St. Joseph the worker, but also the feast of the prophet Jeremiah. Some people do not know that many figures of the Old Testament are considered saints by the Catholic Church.  They are … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI’s sermon for Sts. Peter and Paul: “The Church is not a community of the perfect, but a community of sinners.”

The Holy Father’s sermon for the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul with my emphases and comments.  (He gently addresses the issue of “scandal”.  Look for it!) Your Eminences, Brother Bishops and Priests, Dear Brothers and Sisters, We are gathered … Continue reading

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