Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Best Way to Celebrate Vatican II

 I do not mean to intentionally offend, but it seems to me that only the most obtuse will continue to insist on blind adherence to the documents of Vatican II. Into those documents of a merely pastoral council, were inserted … Continue reading

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Another Young Priest Celebrating TLM….

….in Salisbury, North Carolina. Father Jason Barone,  who attended Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, Maryland, is a mere 29 years of age.  (See, I told you so. The Church’s traditions continue to attract the young!) He is quoted as … Continue reading

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Notes; Frenzied Females

The weather has been perfect for outdoor work.  I’ve transplanted a peach tree that had been growing near the compost pile for the past 3 or 4 years, planted over 75 flower bulbs and tubers, sowed (two different kinds) cosmos, … Continue reading

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Finding Purpose in Life Through the Mass

With the aid of grace, let us resolve to delve more deeply into the mystery which unfolds before our very eyes when assisting at Mass.  After I watched this, one of my thoughts was that it is so easy to … Continue reading

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Who Has More Crediblity – Cardinal Paglia or this “Cool Dude”?

You decide.  Remember, souls of good will recognize the voice of the Good Shepherd, but they flee from the wolf.  Please watch.  It won’t take more than a couple minutes of your time.  The following is the section IV excerpt, … Continue reading

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Exclusive to Kankakee TLM, Papal Tweet…

This message of great importance was just received.  It seems that dead Popes cannot remain silent.

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Warnings From Heaven For Our Times

God has sent us so many saints and holy people to warn us about these times in which we live.  How sad that few understand, and so they continue as if there were no heaven or hell. For those of … Continue reading

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Excerpt from St. Augustine for Good Shepherd Sunday

“Truth always shines with the brightness which belongs to it, while falsehood is wrapped in darkness; to dispel this darkness, it is enough to put falsehood in the presence of truth.”       – St. Ignatius Those of good … Continue reading

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Cardinals Ranjith, Burke to attend international “Sacra Liturgia 2013”

Well, things are getting interester and interester ! The latest report is that an international conference on the liturgy will be taking place on June 25-28.  Participating will be Cardinals Burke and Ranjith.  It is reported that 300 or so … Continue reading

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John Allen Article on Bergoglio

John Vennari, writing for CFN, introduced the John Allen article with this note: “A personal note on reading Allen’s write-up: once again Cardinal Bergoglio strikes me as a post-Conciliar man of the 1970s. I was surrounded (and quite frankly, sickened) … Continue reading

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