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Friday or not, whats your dinner?
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Role of Latin in the Liturgy
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Computers, tablets, gizmos and gadgets. Some Traditional Catholics are really into them, even earning a living in this industry. Hey, it's a safe career for a Catholic! Discuss software, hardware, technical questions, etc.
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1973 film called "The Catholics"
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|Crisis in the Church
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What a Catholic is not.
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Please pray for Bishop Richard Williamson, a noble prelate and hand-picked successor of Archbishop Lefebvre whose wisdom and zeal for the truth have inspired many.
On October 23, 2012, the good Bishop was cast out of the SSPX, where he had labored tirelessly for 36 years.
His continued membership in the SSPX would have made a premature union with Rome more difficult.
He is committed to defending Catholic Tradition in all its purity, as the true successor of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
"I have loved justice and hated iniquity; therefore I die in exile." - Pope Gregory VII