Daily Archives: July 29, 2011

Spanish cardinal recommends that Catholics receive Communion on the tongue

“It is to simply know that we are before God himself and that He came to us and that we are undeserving,” the prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments said in an … Continue reading

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St. Martha – July 29th 2011

Today is the Feast of St. Martha. I doubt there are few women in the world who, at one time or another have not felt Martha’s pain, when dealing with the demands most of us have in caring for our families or demanding … Continue reading

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Time for penitence

There is a powerful editorial in the Irish Catholic. It looks at a church that it says was unique to Ireland, and is now firmly in the past where it belongs. ‘‘Le catholicisme du type Irlandais” in many ways betrayed … Continue reading

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