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Wednesday, November 23, 2005


Wouldn't it be good to hear the message, "I go to the altar of my God, the God who give joy to my youth."


Wow after 40 years and some 30 after the death of Bugnini, we may actually get a mass that reflects the true prayers said by the martyrs and saints?

Now all they have to do is insert back the other 75% of the mass they threw out after Vatican II and then you may actually see some reverence back in the church, and her mass taken seriously instead of a Hybrid Catholic/Protestant communal meal

God bless


Ah, the heck with all the problems with the vernacular! Give us the revised rites in Latin and then we can dispense with all the backbiting (which, by the way, was one reason the Fathers of Trent declined to give a larger role to the vernacular. Wise men.). And there are many of us to whom Latin is not a bunch of mumbo-jumbo; but then again, I do have advanced degrees in classical languages, but that is beside the point.

Bill Hennessy


Instead of mere accuracy, let's go for perfect unity with these beautiful words:

Et ex Patre natum ante omnia saecula. Deum de Deo, lumen de lumine, Deum verum de Deo vero. Genitum, not factum, consubstantialem Patri: per quem omnia facta sunt.

I think that if they can't agree to the translation, they should stick with the Latin.


Sorry Thom
(or Jude or Diana or Robin or any other name you've posted under)

but no calling Holy Mother Church "apostate" at this blog.

I have deleted your comments.

PS - I knew Malachi Martin and you have grossly distorted what he wrote. While he clearly said that some clerics were/are apostate, he never labelled such a charge against the Church.

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