Tag Archives : tradition

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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Cultural Diversity


Several recent events have given me cause to be grateful for our cultural diversity here in the United States. Once again, St. Patrick’s day came and went, this year, with more meaning to me.  I had watched the movie  “St. Patrick, The Irish Legend” and subsequently did a little further research on this beloved saint.  I’m not so much on corned…

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I Resolve, With The Help Of Your Grace…


We seem to have made it through Christmas by the skin of our teeth around here.  I actually had to give myself permission to let some of the things I wanted to do slide because there simply wasn’t time, and I refused to let superficials interfere with our family and spiritual celebration.  I did get the lights up, the tree…

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