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Away for a few days.

Taking a quick little trip over to England to do some meetings. (Someone else is paying! Woot!)

Back Wednesday.

Here…

have some more nuns.

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5 thoughts on “Away for a few days.”

  1. Gladstone says:

    The Norbertines. Definitely. St. Norbert triumphant over the heretic Tanchelm who attacked the reality of the Real Presence. Rooted in the Doctor of Grace, “Late have I loved thee, O Beauty ever ancient, ever new… Thou breathed thy fragrance on me; I drew in breath and now I pant for Thee.”

    BTW Fr. Claude is in the segment in Fresno in which these chosen souls profess their vows. He’s holding the crosier. When at my wits end after 40 years of novus horror, my first Missa Cantata was said by him. Still remember the sermon in which he referenced the relic and words of Blessed Imelda Lambertini, (who died of joy in 1333 after a miraculous First Communion): “Lord, may my reception of You today please You more than any time before, and each time I receive You may it please You more and more.” He’s got the Spanish N.O. brethren receiving kneeling and on the tongue.

    -All the above plus the likelihood that St. Michael’s has withheld the heavens’ fireball with “The OC” emblazoned on it.

  2. Hilary White says:

    I wasn’t asking you, Lionel, I was asking Gerard what he meant by “traditional nuns in Rome”. And I’ve asked you before, now I’m telling you: don’t use my blog as a platform for advertising yours. After this, your off-topic tangents, rants and redirections will be deleted.

  3. Lionel Andrades says:

    Define traditional?
    It’s the one who believes the following.
    …the Church’s constant magisterium.
    -Lionel Andrades

  4. Hilary White says:

    Wait, there’s a “traditional” order in Rome?

    Which one?

    Define “traditional”…

  5. Gerard Brady says:

    Very interesting videos. My daughter is in Rome at the moment as one of her old friends is receiving the habit in a traditional order.

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