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6 August 1221 – 800th Anniversary of the Death of St. Dominic. Imagine what things would be like without him.

Today is the 800th Anniversary of the Death of St. Dominic. In other words it is also his “birth day”. The term used for the death of saints is “Dies Natalis“, one’s “birth” into heaven. Imagine what things might have … Read More

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In honor of St. Dominic…

In the Ordinary Form calendar today is the Feast of St. Dominic.  You might check out the site of the wonderful Summit Dominicans, the great “Soap Sisters” in New Jersey.  I think that, today, they have some things on sale … Read More

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Of Dominicans and cat-demons and soap

The wonderful Dominicans in Summit, NJ  – who do not belong to the LCWR – have been posting stories about St. Dominic on their blog.  According to the traditional, Roman calendar St. Dominic’s feast was 4 August, but it was moved in … Read More

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4 August: St. Dominic

According to the traditional Roman calendar, today is the feast of St. Dominic. Happy feast to all Dominicans and Dominics. As I work systematically through my list of intentions for Holy Masses, today brought up His Eminence Raymond Card. Burke! … Read More

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