Daily Archives: September 3, 2013

Pope St. Gregory The Great

Pope St. Gregory was born in Rome, the son of a wealthy Roman Senator. His mother was St. Sylvia. He followed the career of public service that was usual for the son of an aristocratic family, becoming Prefect of the City … Continue reading

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Many days, I ponder whether I am in the grip of dementia. By definition, a demented person, like any victim of madness, is the last one to know the diagnosis for certain. Events within me and around me, from the … Continue reading

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If you meddle with the Mass, the Papacy will collapse

from: http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2013/09/if-you-meddle-with-mass-papacy-will.html An editorial from Radicati nella Fede: A large part of so-called “conservative” Catholicism is committing a very serious error: in order to save what remains of the Catholic presence in the world, to render the mission of the … Continue reading

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