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Daily Archives: 16 September 2007
GILH 10-11: The Consecration of Time
Section III of Chapter I begins to look at the Liturgy of the Hours, beginning with the concept of the “Consecration of Time” 10. Christ taught us: “You must pray at all times and not lose heart” (Lk 18:1). The … Continue reading
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What Is The Point of Motu-Criticism?
Fr Fox, frequent reader and contributor here, took exception to my post highlighting the worst of the rabid critics of those perceived to be against the revival of the traditional Latin Mass. I suppose I shouldn’t be under any delusions … Continue reading →