Category Archives: Catholic Stuff

The Solemnity of the Perpetual Transferal of the Ascension

It wouldn’t hurt to go to Mass today, even if you don’t “have” to. How and when did this transferal in the US take place? Glad you asked. Here’s what the USCCB website says about it, in part: In accord … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Approves Miracle Attributed to Solanus Casey

Early this morning, Pope Francis authorized the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints to promulgate several decrees, the first of which was a miracle attributed to the intercession of Venerable Servant of God Fr Solanus Casey. This decree will … Continue reading

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LA Religious Ed Congress 2017 Liturgy Nabs 3 Tony Awards Nominations

(AoftheANews) – LOS ANGELES – There are always unexpected surprises when the Tony Award nominations are announced, but no one was more surprised than the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress liturgical worship team this year. Their 2017 production, titled “Embrace … Continue reading

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If it’s Holy Thursday, it Must Be Time to Discuss Foot Washing

If it’s Holy Thursday, and it’s St Blog’s Parish, then it’s time to bring up the foot washing foofaraw. I know Pope Francis modified the rubrics in 2016, and that the USCCB has officially updated them and followed suit, and that … Continue reading

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