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State of the Culture: Black-hearted crow on the Internet

Gary Scarrabelotti 15 April, 2014 0 Comments
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Why the unbearable darkness of the twitsphere has made me quit Twitter

By Chris Kenny | The Australian | March 22, 2014

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State of the Culture: French succumb to the scourge of self-mutilation.

Gary Scarrabelotti 4 April, 2014 0 Comments
State of the Culture: French succumb to the scourge of self-mutilation.
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Tattoo Le Monde

By Theodore Dalrymple | City Journal | 9 January 2014

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Looking toward the ‘Francis revolution’ still to come

Gary Scarrabelotti 21 August, 2013 0 Comments
Looking toward the ‘Francis revolution’ still to come
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“I want us to resist everything worldly, everything static, everything comfortable …”

By John Allen | National Catholic Reporter | August 12, 2013:

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A revolution underway with Pope Francis

Gary Scarrabelotti 10 August, 2013 0 Comments
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By John L. Allen Jr. | National Catholic Reporter | Aug. 5, 2013:

ROME – Revolutions are funny things. Some are launched by one group but hijacked by others, as in Egypt, where liberal democrats have become bystanders to the real contest between the army and the Muslim Brotherhood. Some are born amid great idealism that quickly becomes a smokescreen for hypocrisy, as in the various communist uprisings.

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The thread from which “Summorum Pontificum” hangs

Gary Scarrabelotti 10 August, 2013 0 Comments
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By Louie Verrecchio | Renew America | August 8, 2013:

ROME – On August 6th, Andrea Tornielli of “Vatican Insider” published an interview with Fr. Alessandro Apollonio, the Procurator General of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate, in which they discussed the Holy See’s recent decision to restrict the order’s use of the so-called “Extraordinary Form.”

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