Come on in, make yourself at home…actually, scratch that. Some of you might be Occupiers, and I can’t have anyone pitching tents in the front yard, peeing in the koi pond or doing you-know-what in the azaleas.
Anyway – I’ve made the switch. After last Saturday’s glitch with Blogger (I’m of the opinion that I was hacked), I decided to migrate to WordPress. I’m still arranging my stuff and filling out my blogroll, so please be patient. I think I’ll keep my sidebar a bit more spartan this go around. And all my past posts and comments have been imported.
So update your links and readers. Click that “Follow” button. Tell all your family and friends on Facebook. Tweet it. Plurk it. Post about it at your blog. Text your bff’s. Contact your congressman. Email your senator. Put it in your parish bulletin. Get it in your church announcements.
This is AoftheA’s new home. Welcome.
One more thing – would you do me a favor and sign the guestbook? (that would be “leave a comment”, for those who attended U of Mich) Curious to know who’s stopping in. Thanks!
Tomorrow is the Feast of St. Therese of Lisieux! Patron saint of the women’s ordination movement! Forward this petition to your friends–it will be hand-carried to the Vatican in two weeks by Fr. Roy and representatives from Call To Action, Women’s Ordination Conference and Roman Catholic Womenpriests!
Yep, all 126 signatories…
Oh, and St. Therese is the Patron Saint of: Aviators, florists, missions, Russia….
The absence of a Mass in the Extraordinary Form is not an indication of a lack of orthodoxy. Indeed, the Holy See’s instruction itself says: “6. The Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI and the last edition prepared under Pope John XXIII, are two forms of the Roman Liturgy, defined respectively as ordinaria and extraordinaria: they are two usages of the one Roman Rite, one alongside the other. Both are the expression of the same lex orandi of the Church.”.
I couldn’t agree and support this statement more. It’s a teaching of the Church.. However, I could supply ample proof(s), from this blog alone, of disobedience to mass norms and resulting unorthodox liturgical practices played out within the Mass. The crisis of disobedience and irreverence seemingly ever-present within the Church in our days is exemplified here, and like many I’m just simply tired of abuses found within the Mass. Not to mention having to sit through Protestant-nized masses offering us musical treats similar to the following…
It just occurred to me today that I’ve been visiting this wonderful establishment daily for several years now, and never caught the right connection until now… I like the Superman (Super-priest) inference…
Z’s Coffee is located along the beautiful Redwood Hwy (199) in Cave Junction, Oregon.
“The trend tracks Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change projections…”
The Los Angeles Times Health section is reporting that allergic disease has been on the rise for the past 30 years, and that a new study finds an association between climate warming (A.K.A. global warming) and the length of the ragweed season in some parts of North America… If you think allergies is just another passing inconvenience of life, think again. If this malady is allowed to grow it could have very serious unforeseen consequences…