Monthly Archives: March 2011

La Cristiada, a crusade for Christ!

I do not go to movies.  Well, rarely anyway.  To be precise, the last movie I went to see was The Passion, and before that, I cannot even remember. But, look at the trailer for this upcoming film.  The theaters … Continue reading

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If you assist at the TLM, this exhortation is not for you.

Bishop Schneider: “If some non-believer arrived [at Mass at the time of Holy Communion]     and observed such an act of adoration, perhaps he, too, would fall down and worship God, declaring,       ‘God is really in … Continue reading

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St. Bernard of Clairvaux on St. Joseph

From the SUB TUUM blog: Joseph’s character and qualities can be deduced from the fact that God honored him with the title of father, and, although his doing so was a mere matter of convenience, this was what he was … Continue reading

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A Sacred Language for a Sacred Action

Excerpts from an article written by Uwe Michael Lang, CO.  The original, of March 11, 2011  is found here: In fact, Mohrmann maintains that every form of believing in supernatural reality, in the existence of a transcendent being, leads necessarily … Continue reading

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Meditations for The Month of Saint Joseph

Behold, the beautiful month of St. Joseph!…Aside from the Blessed Virgin, Saint Joseph was the first and most perfect adorer of our Lord.  Faith, humility, purity, and love – these were the keynotes of his adoration. Devotion to Saint Joseph … Continue reading

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See, I told You So!

Recent excerpt of an interview, with my emphasis, granted by Monsignor Nicola Bux, consultant to the Office of Liturgical celebrations of the Supreme Pontiff: “The Pope celebrates the liturgy in a subdued, not loud, way. He also wants the prayers, … Continue reading

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