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Christ, you walked on the sea

The recently posted article on CP&S  Six Cultural Trends That Challenge The Modern Evangelizer, written by Monsignor Pope, for me was pretty scary. I wonder too how many of us thought that Mons. Pope had stolen all our best original ideas? … Continue reading

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Adeste Fideles and other treasures at St Edmund’s College, Ware

from:http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org by Charles Cole Set in the green countryside of Hertfordshire to the north of London lies St Edmund’s College, Ware. St Edmund’s, the oldest Catholic college in England, was originally opened as a seminary and later also became a … Continue reading

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Pope Emeritus’s Unexpected Homily on Humility

from:http://www.ncregister.com by Edward Pentin  Benedict XVI with Archbishop Gaenswein in a photograph taken on Sunday. – Giovanni Tridente Although the full text has yet to appear, Benedict XVI’s homily during Mass for his former students on Sunday is one of … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on the Traditional Mass

from: http://www.lmschairman.org I have mentioned before Clare Asquith’s book Shadowplay and her argument about the coded messages in Shakespeare relating to religious matters. It can easily sound a bit Dan Brown-ish but actually a lot of it is common sense. If … Continue reading

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Mary’s Hospitality Is Not Idleness But Love – Lectio Divina: 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C

By Monsignor Francesco Follo (Zenit.org) – 1)    Mary’s hospitality was not dictated by laziness but by love. Not only Martha but also Mary “did” something for Christ. In fact she has chosen the best way “to do”. Let’s proceed in … Continue reading

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