Monday, September 27, 2010

I don't see Christ, I see bread

Comment from Protestant pastor in the TV interview immediately after the Swiss ecumenical Mass in which he had led the congregation in the Our Father, replacing the priest.

The Ultra-Catholic


Poem from Pi in the High by the late E L Mascall, Anglican cleric and leading Thomist, read by myself satirising the reluctance of some Anglo-Catholics to "Pope".

He never did himself.

Society of Saint Pius X Canadian District Pilgrimage part I


On Saturday, September 25, I attended the official pilgrmage of the Canadian District SSPX to the Martyr's Shrine in Midland, Ontario, Canada. I just wanted to share some pictures of this wonderful event. The pigrimage included a walk from Saint Ignace II, which is the site of an old Huron Indian settlement and the spot where Saint Jean de Brebeuf was martyred for our holy faith, to the Martyr's Shrine church which is a 13km walk. I was walking with the group from Transfiguration of Our Lord church Toronto.

Here are some photos from Saint Ignace II. The cross marks the spot where Saint Jean de Brebeuf was martyred.