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Priest Removed for Traditional Mass


This turned up on my news feed this week The US bishops are confused. One has had a priest removed for traditional Mass. That is to say, Bishop Walter Hurley of the Archdiocese of Saginaw, Michigan, removed Fr. Edwin Dwyer from Our Lady of Peace Parish. For trying to incorporate more traditional elements into the liturgy. Elements approved by Vatican…

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Spiritual Exercises – Week 2, 3


Long overdue reflections on my experience of the Spiritual Exercises – Week 2 and 3: Sin and its consequences. These two weeks were difficult, meditating and contemplating on the subject of sin and its consequences. And it looks like another difficult week might be coming up. Fr. Broom went over the sins of David – lust, and violence. How its…

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Heaven: What is it Really Like?


Is heaven a big room where an old guy with a long white beard and a young guy with holes in his hands and feet sit on thrones, surrounded by adoring angels, with a white bird hovering over their heads? And what do we do there? Do we bow in adoration and pray all day, being generally blissful? A friend…

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Spiritual Exercises – Week 1


This week has been an eternity and yet it has flown by. Getting up at 4 a.m. to do my holy hour has been both horrible and wonderful. Horrible – need I say why? Wonderful – I feel awe at the insights I receive in practicing the exercises. As I discover a new order for the disorder that is my…

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