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Friday, February 22, 2008

Me Transmitte Sursum, Caledoni - Part II

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1889 versus 2005. From the cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul (Providence, RI, USA). 

Rest Eternal Grant unto them

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Welcome description

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from the Contrarians' Review

"-Catholic Church Conservation (Trying to do just what it says)"

Compare and contrast the United Reform Church, which isn't.

Me transmitte sursum, Caledoni!

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Beam me up Scotty!
(Cathcon translation!)

No significant signs of Catholicism have been found in the Shared Anglican/ Catholic Church of Christ the Cornerstone in Milton Keynes, of which this is the chapel. Modernists of all denominations have taken over this planet. The ordinary faithful who used to rule the planet are being oppressed.

Mother Angelica's Congregation returns to its first home in France

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Archbishop Robert Zollitsch continues to divide Catholic parishes.

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Bishop Mixa joins battle. Archbishop Zollitsch while still clearly not labouring under any prohibition against thinking about the abolition to celibacy cannot bring himself to speak about it anymore.

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Cathcon translation of
Erzbischof Robert Zollitsch spaltet weiterhin die katholische Kirchengemeinde.

Shortly after his election as chairman of the German Bishops' Conference Zollitsch, in an interview, spoke out against "prohibitions against thinking" about celibacy . The theologian Hans Küng goes a step further and calls for the German bishops to promote the abolition of celibacy to the Vatican. The Bishop of Augsburg, Walter Mixa, however, called Zollitsch's statements "not helpful" for the Church. Zollitsch himself will not speak further about the debate on the abolition of celibacy.