Daily Archives: April 17, 2012

The positive response of the SSPX has arrived in the Vatican

This update from Rorate Caeli: The Superior of the Society of Saint Pius X has signed the doctrinal preamble proposed by the Holy See, even if with some slight modifications ANDREA TORNIELLI  for La Stampa CITTÀ DEL VATICANO The response … Continue reading

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Christian Calendar, Customs, Culture And People From ‘The Pocket Book Of What, When And Who On Earth’

This article appeared recently in the progressive online Magazine Huffington Post. It seems that the broader public has now come to be aware that institutionalized hostility to one’s own culture and religious heritage is destructive to the society. by George … Continue reading

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British Library acquires St Cuthbert Gospel

The Latin manuscript, known as the St Cuthbert Gospel, is the oldest European book to survive fully intact The oldest intact European book – the St Cuthbert Gospel – is to remain in the UK after the British Library raised … Continue reading

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Christ’s Holy Tunic venerated in Trier

On Friday of Easter Week, Pope Benedict XVI’s special envoy Cardinal Marc Ouellet, presided over a ceremony opening the pilgrimage to the Holy Tunic, preserved in the Cathedral of Trier in Germany. The relic, piously believed to be the ‘seamless … Continue reading

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Reading From the Jerusalem Catecheses. The anointing with the Holy Spirit

When we were baptized into Christ and clothed ourselves in him, we were transformed into the likeness of the Son of God. Having destined us to be his adopted sons, God gave us a likeness to Christ in his glory, … Continue reading

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