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Planned Parenthood Protests This Saturday TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - August 21, 2015 ... the media, both local and national, to report the truth about Planned Parenthood, and on government officials to stop funding this discredited organization. Locations: Here you will find current locations for the August 22 #PPSellsBabyParts National Day of Protest. Unless indicated otherwise in the details for a location, all protests will take place Saturday, August 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. local time. (Click here, navigate to your state and find a location) Go to ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2015/08/planned-parenthood-protests-this.html

Update - Mass Time & Location Changed Sat. Aug 22 ProtestPP DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - August 19, 2015 Aug 21 Fri 7pm Rosary at my house…for our kids, for the unborn, for the country. Update - Mass time & location changed Aug 22 Sat 9am-11am, join ProtestPP, a coalition of pro-life groups calling for a National Day of Protest of Planned Parenthood facilities across America. We'll be on the sidewalk, raising awareness of the heartless and illegal activities of Planned Parenthood where the killing and harvesting of body parts from aborted children ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2015/08/update-mass-time-location-changed-sat.html

Our Lady Refuge of Sinners (Mass in Some Places) A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 13, 2015 Today in some parts of the world, the Blessed Virgin Mary is honored with the title: Our Lady Refuge of Sinners. Today in the pre-1955 Traditional Catholic Missal is the Mass in Some Places ( pro aliquibus locis ) of Our Lady Refuge of Sinners. The Refuge of Sinners Madonna is a painting by the Italian artist Luigi Crosio. It was painted in 1898 originally for the Kuenzil Brothers of Switzerland. In 1964 the Swiss province of the Schoenstatt Sisters ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/JrcWjDRNSIg/our-lady-refuge-of-sinners-mass-in-some.html

St. Thomas Aquinas's Early Commentary on the Mass NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 20, 2015 St. Thomas Aquinas discusses at some length the place, time, location, words, and ceremonies of the Mass and their fittingness in the Summa theologiae, Tertia Pars, question 83 . This text is, of course, magnificent and mature, characteristic of the final years of the saint's life and theological labors, and is highly recommended reading for all Catholics who are serious about living the vita liturgica. You will certainly learn things from this question ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/M0m7NSd2vQI/st-thomas-aquinass-early-commentary-on.html

Post #284 VENITE, MISSA EST! - July 14, 2015 Topics: A New Beginning for Venite Missa Est! : Start anew!... July 14th: Feast of St. Bonaventure... St. Mary Parish: Low Mass Scheduled @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ T he Necessaries. I am a member of the Latin Mass Community of St. Anthony Parish in Wichita, Ks. While this blog may at times comment on, or allude to, the community and parish, Venite Missa Est! is by no means, in any way an official voice of any particular parish or the Diocese of Wichita. Venite Missa ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/CAsPVdK5fp0/post-284.html

From Whence, Vocations? MY MORNING CUP - June 22, 2015 As I begin writing this blog entry, there are so many titles I could give to it. Perhaps by the end it will title itself. But for now I will choose From Whence, Vocations? from among a number of fitting possibilities including New Priest's First Mass, Blessing, and Reception , Happy Father's Day , and Congratulations, Father Flanery! Any of those titles would be appropriate to sum up this beautiful day. But as I sit here pondering the events of the day over ...http://hsmom-mymorningcup.blogspot.com/2015/06/from-whence-vocations.html

14th Year of My Priesthood REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - June 21, 2015 Readers of this weekly blog who are fairly regular will know that on Saturday, 20 June, I celebrated the 14 th anniversary of my sacerdotal ordination. Each year at this time, I make it a point to take stock of where God had led me as a priest, and more importantly, to be mindful of the ways in which his promptings had been ignored or justifiably looked past by myself. Ever since my illness and subsequent transplant and slow recovery back to health, I have been confronted ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2015/06/14th-year-of-my-priesthood.html

The Resurrection of Sacred Architecture SANCTE PATER - June 19, 2015 ... Julian church in 1140 by Pope Innocent II, the observant eye will notice an odd discrepancy between the sizes and styles of the columns lining the side aisles. This is because they predate the building by centuries, having been salvaged from the ruins of either the Baths of Caracalla—from whence also comes the church's main portico—or the Temple of Isis on the adjacent Janiculum Hill, or both. History is replete with such examples of "dead" buildings and their ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2015/06/the-resurrection-of-sacred-architecture.html

The Resurrection of Sacred Architecture CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 19, 2015 ... rebuilt on the foundations of the Julian church in 1140 by Pope Innocent II, the observant eye will notice an odd discrepancy between the sizes and styles of the columns lining the side aisles. This is because they predate the building by centuries, having been salvaged from the ruins of either the Baths of Caracalla—from whence also comes the church's main portico—or the Temple of Isis on the adjacent Janiculum Hill, or both. History is replete with such examples ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/SJ-HovryFxE/resurrection-reflected-in-architecture

Why I Remain a Catholic CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 16, 2015 ... that way. However, at some point along the sainthood trail, the outlandish truth of Catholicism becomes virtually undeniable. It sounds crazy, I know, but at some point, we start to take it for granted that Catholicism simply comports with the way things are (truth) and, consequently, it's the only reliable means of bringing about the way things ought to be (beatitude). Orthodoxy, orthopraxy; what is affirmed and what is aspired ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/a5qOuThqo4o/why-i-remain-a-catholic