Bishop Gracida: Sensus Fidelium

Over on his blog, Abyssus Abyssum Invocat,  Bishop Rene Gracida, retired bishop of Corpus Christi, explains why he thinks it is the duty of the laity to speak out against the Kennedy Funeral: “OVER ON THE “PRIESTS’ SECRETARY BLOG, http://4thepriests.wordpress.com/2009/09/09/first-bishop-to-express-concerns-with-kennedy-funeral/

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Health Care Now

Blackadder pointed out elsewhere that for all of the insistence that people cannot wait and absolutely need reform right now in order to alleviate the suffering of the uninsured, the health care bills currently under consideration are designed not to

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Income Gap Narrowing

A year into the economic downturn, the much decried income gap has narrowed. The deepest downturn in the U.S. economy since the Great Depression may finally shrink the gap between the very best-off Americans and everyone else. If so, it

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Bishop Gracida on the Kennedy Funeral

Hattip to the ever vigilant Jay Anderson at Pro Ecclesia, who I really should put on retainer for the number of blogging ideas I steal, that is borrow, from him each month. Bishop Rene Gracida is the retired bishop of

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Analyzing Bishop Morlinos Chastizement of Catholics Critical of the Funeral Mass for Ted Kennedy

[Updates at the bottom of this post as of 1:08pm CDT on AD 9-10-2009] Michael Voris, S.T.B., breaks down Bishop Morlino’s chastizement of those Catholics that were scandalized by Ted Kennedy’s funeral Mass. LifeSiteNews.com has the following commentary by Patrick

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