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Why Traditionalists object to a new liturgy: Dogma. 

Not only is Catholic doctrine and dogma handed down through Scripture, it is handed down by Sacred Tradition as well. Objectively speaking, the ancient and Apostolic liturgies celebrated and handed down by the early church are apart of Sacred Tradition since it expresses what the Church believes, as Saint Basil explains. 778 more words


Nonis Octóbris. Luna

Nonis Octóbris.  Luna The Seventh Day of October. The Night of the Moon.

Romæ, via Ardeatína, sancti Marci, Papæ et Confessóris.
At Rome, on the Ardeatine Way, the death of St. 637 more words


Saints or "saints"

More musings on “saints”

If Catholics would read the Bible they would find many discrepancies between God’s Word and the teachings of their church. Let’s look at just one of these discrepancies. 483 more words


St. Therese as a Model of Christian Humility


On Saturday, October 3, I was privileged to give a conference for the Women’s Day of Recollection here at Ascension Parish in Chesterfield, Missouri.  Having just celebrated the Memorial of St. 44 more words


New Orleans Saints Game 4 Recap

Dallas Cowboys (20) @ New Orleans Saints (26)
Finally. It wasn’t always pretty. There were some strong upsides. CJ Spiller had some touches. Willie Snead had the kind of game that separates him from Seantavious Jones, Brandon Coleman, & Marques Colston as the number 2 guy. 260 more words



I promise this isn’t a preachy post…at least, I tried for it not to be!

But Saint Maria Goretti was in Boston yesterday.  She was the first saint to make me love the saints.   1,213 more words

St. Bruno

Bruno was born at Cologne, about A.D. 1030, of an illustrious family. He was endowed with rare natural gifts, which he cultivated with care at Paris. 212 more words