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Roman Rights and Wrongs

Gary Scarrabelotti 31 January, 2014 0 Comments
Roman Rights and Wrongs
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Liturgy only a part of the story: what needs to be done for East-West Unity to happen?

By Dr Adam A. J. DeVille | The Catholic World Report | January 25, 2014:

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Catholic sensibility from a WASP Woody Allen

Gary Scarrabelotti 13 September, 2013 0 Comments
Catholic sensibility from a WASP Woody Allen
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The Julian Calendar: flirting with the enemy

By Julian O’Dea
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Ordinary, Extraordinary and Ordinariate

Gary Scarrabelotti 31 August, 2013 0 Comments
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Meeting a long-lost sibling.

By Lyle Dunne

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Latin as I please

Gary Scarrabelotti 20 August, 2013 0 Comments
Latin as I please
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Yes, English has cases too!

In the eighth article in this series, Dr David Daintree deals with the preposition and the accusative in both English and Latin.

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Talks with SSPX given unexpected new impetus

Gary Scarrabelotti 9 August, 2013 1 Comment
Talks with SSPX given unexpected new impetus
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Pozzo back at his old desk.  What game is Bergoglio playing?

By Alessandro Speciale | The Tablet | August 10, 2013

Nine months after his promotion to the mostly ceremonial role of Apostolic Almoner, Pope Francis has called back Archbishop Guido Pozzo to his former job as secretary of the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei, where he will oversee the Vatican’s relations with traditionalist communities.

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