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ROME 6/22 – DAY 4: Guess the cheese

Today in Rome the sun rose at 5:33 and it will set at 20:44.  Even though in the now pathetic Roman Curia the Ave Maria bell will not chime as it ought at 21:00, it will chime in Rome!   I … Read More

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31 August – The Church Triumphant and a Patron Saint for “Cancelled” Priests

Unless you are either a true student of a) history, b) hagiography, or c) liturgy, you might have no idea what the phrase “Church Triumphant” means. Of course that phrase ultimately has an eschatological meaning, but for us in the … Read More

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