Daily Archives: 14 May 2007


It’s not some new Catholic group protesting sex predators or anything. It’s an acronym for the South Pole-Aitken basin. Amazingly, after NASA’s full-tilt moon effort in the 60’s, it was only identified in whole in 1992 by the Galileo probe … Continue reading

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Cardinal George’s Anniversary Interview

Check it out here at the Catholic New World. It’s pretty tame, but I was struck by this one question and its reply: One of the first things you did when you came to Chicago was to host a reception … Continue reading

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Rosary Bowl

I’ve noticed on the Catholic News Hub that the LA archdiocese is having a massive rosary rally this Saturday. The organizers here in Kansas City are deliberately playing up the notion that our 2008 event will be in “Royals Stadium,” … Continue reading

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Mysterium Fidei 6-8: Hope for a Restoration of Liturgy

Pope Paul lists Eucharistic devotion as one fruit hoped for from the conciliar reforms. He links piety to a Christian unity: 6. And so We earnestly hope that the restoration of the sacred liturgy will produce abundant fruits in the … Continue reading

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