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Daily Archives: 25 March 2007
I didn’t mean to suggest Fr Fox was misplacing his Latin Mass parts or being gimmicky with his particular implementations during this Lent. I’ve followed his blog carefully and I know that his efforts are part of a bigger plan. … Continue reading
Most every Catholic knows the Nicene Creed is to be collectively recited or sung at Sunday Mass. But there are exceptions. Test yourself while sitting in the purple chair, by determining if the Creed is (a) required, (b) optional, or … Continue reading
(This is Neil.) In February’s Matins services at Westminster Abbey, the Anglican priest Nicholas Sagovsky preached on Richard Dawkins’ book The God Delusion (I posted on Marilynne Robinson’s review here). Fr Sagovsky focused on what Dawkins considers to be the … Continue reading