Monthly Archives: August 2011


Hmmm. Some comments may spark a debate —–  Fr. Orthohippo Auxiliary Bishop Says Communion In the Hand is a Calvinist Novelty Not Even Martin Luther Would Have Done ItIn the last century the Old Liberal Bishops promoted hand Communion.  They used … Continue reading

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THE ON TIME GAME


Fr. Orthoduck, aka Fr. Ernesto, a long time friend and fellow priest, although we walked different paths, has a humorous and illuminating post on Being On Time.  I was raised by a father who believed it was respectful to never … Continue reading

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FEMALE CHURCH ATTENDANCE — DROPS


Every now and then polls actually spot trends.  This probably is one of those times.  During my life time, and, I believe, historically, women have been the background of church attendees.  Since women naturally will see things through the eyes … Continue reading

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A YANKEE RELIGIOUS WASTELAND IN OUR FUTURE?


The BBC aired this probable view of the American religious landscape in future years.  After all we do tend to follow Europe in many things. Here is one path many ministers have already taken, or will take in the future.  … Continue reading

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OHIO OIL STRIKE A MAJOR ONE


A totally unexpected announcement from the largest oil driller in the USA was just made.  It should be a job creator and economic boost to one of the rust belt states, Ohio.  Hopefully, our government will not put too many … Continue reading

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GET YOU GONE, MOTHER TERESA


Here is an unexplicable, at least on the face of known facts, action taken by India against this Catholic nun, Jacqueline Jean McEwan.  One would think that 29 years of such service would prove one’s intentions and goals.  Apparently, she … Continue reading

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