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Published with the kind permission of the Editor, Catholic Voice Ireland. http://www.catholicvoice.ie by Deacon Nick Donnelly It seems to me that Cardinal Kasper and Cardinal Baldisseri,  in the words of Waugh, are attempting ‘to try and crush out by force … Continue reading

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The TLM and the New Evangelisation

Here’s a great post from Fr Z: The Institute of Christ the King had ordinations to the priesthood recently in St. Louis.  This promoted an article in the local paper.  The writer (thus, editor) seemed amazed that this sort of thing … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: Attention to liturgical norms “an act of profound respect and love for Our Lord”

  Here is a selection of quotations from His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke’s June 28th address “Liturgical Law in the Mission of the Church” at the Sacra Liturgia conference in Rome: “The difference in the approach to the Sacred Liturgy from my … Continue reading

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Interview with Cardinal Burke


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Christian persecution in the U.S.

We have often reported on the persecution of Christians in various places throughout the world, but America? Earlier in the summer, a priest I was in conversation with expressed the notion that we in the United Kingdom would also experience … Continue reading

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How to Go to Mass and Not Lose Your Faith

This provocative question is the title of a soon to be released new book by Fr. Nicola Bux, Professor for Eastern Liturgy, consultor of the CDF and personal friend of the Pope. On 2nd March at the book launch, Cardinal … Continue reading

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