Daily Archives: November 29, 2016

The Holy Grail of Holy Medals

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Originally posted on Dominus mihi adjutor:
Some time earlier this year I was on the hunt for a medal of St Benedict. Not one of the vin ordinaire cheapies (though they are not unworthy) and certainly not the mass-produced Chinese…

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Spadaro questions sincerity and integrity of ‘Dubia’ Cardinals

From EWTN News Comments in bold by Deacon Nick Donnelly: Fr Antonio Spadaro, widely known as the “mouthpiece of Pope Francis”, has written an op-ed for CNN that questions the integrity and sincerity of those who continue to question Amoris Laetitia. The … Continue reading

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Dean of Rota warns Pope could strip Cardinal Burke & others of cardinalate

  From EWTN NEWS:   By Deacon Nick Donnelly,  Holy See, Nov 29th 2016    Archbishop Pio Vito Pinto, Dean of the Roman Rota, told a conference in Spain that Cardinal Burke and the three cardinals who submitted the dubia to Pope Francis “could … Continue reading

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Advent

  From Liturgy Guy: When speaking of the season of Advent in his classic The Liturgical Year, the nineteenth century French Benedictine liturgist Dom Prosper Guéranger wrote: The name Advent (from the Latin word Adventus, which signifies a coming) is applied, in the Latin Church, to … Continue reading

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The Lord Cometh from Afar

“The Name of the Lord cometh from afar…. I look from afar, and behold I see the power of God coming…. Go out to meet Him, and say, ‘Tell us if You are He who shall rule….’” These words are … Continue reading

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