Daily Archives: April 14, 2012

Crunch time?

In amongst our comments, JabbaPappa reports: Le Figaro – “Rome and Écône on the verge of reaching an agreement” From major French daily Le Figaro, in an article signed by its main religion correspondent, Jean-Marie Guénois: Rome and Écône on … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Holy Fire in Jerusalem: Happened Today at 2:20 pm. local time

This week the Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter. From Mystagogy, a blog by John Sanidopoulos Today at 2:20pm the Holy Light, known in the West as Holy Fire, once again descended into the Tomb of Christ as Patriarch Theophilos of Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Oh to see us as other see us: In the Country that Used to be England

The following report from the National Catholic Register immediately drew my attention. These isles are far from perfect, and no-one denies the assault and dangers of secularism – but are we really this bad? In the Country that Used to … Continue reading

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That Strange Mass the Pope Doesn’t Like

It is the Mass according to the rite of the Neocatechumenal Way. Benedict XVI has ordered the congregation for the doctrine of the faith to examine it thoroughly. Its condemnation appears to be sealed With a letter written personally to … Continue reading

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