Daily Archives: July 10, 2012

Gerhard Ludwig Müller: Another Faulty Traditionialist Condemnation?

By Dr. Jeff Mirus Archbishop Gerhard Müller—the brand new Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith—has  come under Traditionalist attack. A case in point is the July 9th Remnant Online blog entry, New Head of CDF Dissents … Continue reading

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A somewhat different prayer

Source: Hebrew for Christians (facebook) “And may it please Thee, L-rd our G-d and G-d of our fathers, that you deliver us from vainly trying to feel better about ourselves by thinking less of others… Amen.” or to put it … Continue reading

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Paint by Number Hymns: why, when we have a trove of profound, beautiful, and poignant hymns, do we have to endure what is banal, clunky, and silly?

By Anthony Esolen From Catholic World Report “Are you interested in painting, sir?” asks the cheerful curator of the modern art museum. “No, not me,” says the detective.  He passes his hand across his rumpled hair.  “Now, Mrs. Columbo, she’s … Continue reading

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