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Daily Archives: 1 April 2011
Father Enrique Vázquez’s WYD hymn is a problem for Yago de la Cierva, executive director: The hymn is my nightmare. … It’s very beautiful for the type of music it is, but maybe we made a mistake (choosing it). So … Continue reading
Archbishop Dolan defends one of his favorite statistics. And he may well be right. I haven’t seen the Special Commissioner of Investigation report for New York State/City–the links weren’t functional as of this writing. But I would like to offer … Continue reading