- Archdiocese of Washington >> A Christmas Meditation on How the Word Must Become Flesh in Us (Msgr. Charles Pope)
- Coming Home >> From Pretty to Slavery
- Creative Minority Report >> If You Build It - They Will Take It Away
- Crisis Magazine >> Is America Losing Control? (Patrick J. Buchanan)
- Crisis Magazine >> Profanity and Pop Music (L. Brent Bozell III)
- Crisis Magazine >> A Prophetic Novel of the End Times (Rev. C. J. McCloskey III)
- Crisis Magazine >> Hello, My Name is “Legion” (Matthew Alderman)
- Domine, da mihi hanc aquam! >> Measuring the blessings of faithfulness
- Godzdogz >> BLESSING OUR LIVES I
- Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog >> Peter Kreeft: "Of all the questions the human mind can ask, three are of ultimate importance:"
- Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog >> A dose of reality about Christopher Hitchens, RIP...
- JIMMY AKIN.ORG >> Should Catholic Sex Abuse Documents Be Withheld from Courts?
- Liturgia Latina >> 30th December. Within the Octave of the Nativity
- Mulier Fortis >> On The Horns Of A Dilemma...
- New Liturgical Movement >> Usus Antiquior in India
- Orbis Catholicus Secundus >> Rick Santorum for President
- RORATE CÆLI >> 600 Joan of Arc A bishop in great peril
- Streets Of Gold >> Consecration to the Holy Family
- Streets Of Gold >> The Holy Family Prayer
- The Catholic Thing >> Anger, Bad – and Good? (Austin Ruse)
- The Chant Café >> Midnight Mass, St. George Cathedral, Southwark, London
- The hermeneutic of continuity >> Responsible drinking advice Fail
- The hermeneutic of continuity >> Cardinal Ranjith calls for return of Vetus Ordo
- The New Theological Movement >> If Mary is the Mother of Jesus, why isn't the Holy Spirit called his father?
- The Path Less Taken >> Padre Pio’s favourite painting of Our Lady: its Christmas significance
- Whispers in the Loggia >> [No title but "fireworks" coming from Rocco...]
- Whispers in the Loggia >> Praise to the Holiest (hints included...)
Friday, December 30, 2011
Morning Roundup - 6th Day in the Octave of Christmas - Missa: 'Puer Natus Est' - December 30th, 2011
Posted by Deo volente at 10:59 AM