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January 1, 1970 Archives

A piece from Wisconsin on reactions to Bishop Morlino of Madison’s recorded message on the referenda for vote tomorrow that he required to be played at Mass this past weekend. Via Closed Cafeteria If you’re in the Diocese of Madison…what […]

Today, the Pope addressed – in English – a meeting of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences There is one final reflection that the subject of your Assembly can suggest to us today. As some of the papers presented in the […]

John Allen spoke in the Dallas area this weekend – anyone see him? His talk at the University of Dallas was on Benedict and Islam: The heart of my argument in that lecture is that Pope Benedict XVI may well […]

The political news is going full throttle, of course, and I just can’t keep up. Besides – why not just wait until we know what happened, and expend our analytical energy there? There’s a nice wrap-up of Amendment 2 blogging […]

I’d been looking forward to the film version of PD James’ novel about the end of fertility – it’s 2027, and no babies have been born, no pregnancies have occured in 18 years, and no one knows why. The novel […]

The liturgiciblogosphere has been lurching back and forth over the past few days, attempting to follow the story of Whatever Is Coming. Cardinal Ricard, Archbishop of Bourdeaux and president of the French bishops’ conference, as well as a member of […]

Just a myth: We’ll take care of it – if you only let us: ONE of Britain’s royal medical colleges is calling on the health profession to consider permitting the euthanasia of seriously disabled newborn babies. The proposal by the […]

This is great – a photographer’s site on which he has posted several panoramic tours of, among things, several churches in the Midwest, mostly in the Cincinnati/Covington area, but also including the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis and the Trappist […]

This past weekend, Marcus Grodi’s Coming Home Network sponsored a "deep in history" conference in Columbus, OH, focusing on the English Reformation. It sounds like an excellent conference. Jay Anderson has three posts on the conference on his blog, including […]