Category Archives: memes

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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Whenever I See Communion Line Blessings…

…this goes through my mind. Communion line blessings are a liturgical innovation that needs to stop. There’s no ancient tradition supporting it, and no need for it other than to make people feel included. I get it – most people don’t like … Continue reading

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Donald Trump, the Inauguration, and Alternative Facts

So here we are, the Monday following Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th President of the United States of America. We made it to Monday!! Our nation remains standing! Woo hoo!! (hey, our nation’s survival is no foregone conclusion anymore, … Continue reading

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When Someone Tries to Hold My Hand During the Our Father…

(Well, not really, but it can sure be tempting.) Return to The Catholic Conspiracy

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