Daily Archives: 4 June 2011

Abuse Rooted in Preconciliar Catholicism?

Australia’s Andrew Hamilton has a lot of thoughtful pieces on the Eureka Street site. He has an interesting take on the latest Jay report. I encourage readers to read his essay in full, but I’d like to peel out a … Continue reading

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The Chicago Code and Catholicism

(This is Neil) It might seem quite odd to write a post – especially because I write so infrequently – about a single scene from a cancelled television show. β€œThe Chicago Code,” although I was sorry to see it go, … Continue reading

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Varietates Legitimae 38: Adaptations Which Can Be Made

For readers exasperated with the theological, liturgical and pastoral preliminaries, today we have a preview of “adaptations which can be made,” part b of chapter III. The next numbered sections of part bconsider language (39), music and singing (40), gestures, … Continue reading

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