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Fr. Chad Ripperger, F.S.S.P., Ph.D. Fidelity to Grace ON THE SIDE OF THE ANGELS - November 30, 2014 http://mp3jungles.com/Fr.+Chad+Ripperger,+F.S.S.P.,+Ph.D.+Fidelity+to+Grace.htmlhttp://onthesideoftheangels.blogspot.com/2014/11/fr-chad-ripperger-fssp-phd-fidelity-to.html
Retraction, Apology & Vindication UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - November 20, 2014 ... Oblates of the BVM; not sure if he says EF, but he wears the cassock Respondent 4 : Theologian with an STD from International Theological Institute who attends the EF exclusively Respondent 5 : Graduate student studying Thomistic theology at the Angelicum for an STL Respondent 6 : Dogmatic Theologian with an STL from the Pontifical University in Rome Respondent 7 : Mainstream Catholic apologist who usually disagrees with me but has some good sense Respondent 8 : Traditionalist Catholic writer ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/11/retraction-apology-vindication.html
The Mass Is Not the Faith and Other Items UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - November 16, 2014 ... Pet. 2:19-20, 3:13-14). What do these passages from 1 Peter look like lived out in the life of a priest or order unjustly under attack for doing good? That is what I am trying to sort out. I think - especially since March, 2013 - we all are grappling with this. It will probably be sloppy. There will be a lot of collateral damage. But I do believe in my heart that the Church will not be saved by a bunch of people with the "I would like to be obedient, but " attitude. I'm not bringing these ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-mass-is-not-faith-and-other-items.html
Festive Fall Pumpkin Cobbler for St. Crispin CATHOLIC CUISINE - October 24, 2014 ... shoemakers or cobblers. The authors also share a basic fruit cobbler recipe following their narrative. This is the feast of two brothers, whose names are oddly alike. Both were bootmakers and cobblers. In France, their native land (though "The Golden Legend" tells us that they were Romans who had migrated to Soissons), many useful objects bear their name. A shoeshine kit is called a "Saint-Crispin"; an awl is "Saint Crispin's lance"; and if your shoes are too tight, you are "in Saint Crispin's ...http://catholiccuisine.blogspot.com/2014/10/festive-fall-pumpkin-cobbler-for-st_24.html