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Morning Roundup - St. Martin of Tours, Bishop and Confessor - Commemoration: St. Mennas, Martyr - November 11th, 2013
- Acton Institute PowerBlog >> Veterans Give Us the Liberty to Forget Them (Joe Carter)
- Archdiocese of Washington (Msgr. Charles Pope) >> Funeral Foibles. How many Catholic funerals lack balance and do not teach clearly on the Last Things
- Bestiaria Latina Blog (Laura Gibbs) >> Latin Proverbs and Fables Round-Up: November 11
- Catholic Stand >> A Rose is Just a Rose Except in Canada (Howard Duncan)
- Coming Home (Gerard M. Nadal) >> NY Times: Conservative U.S. Catholics Feel Left Out of the Pope’s Embrace
- Creative Minority Report (Matthew Archbold) >> AP Reports Atheist Mega Church? Mega? Really?
- Crisis Magazine >> John Paul II’s 1983 Visit to Poland: Anniversary Reflections (Regis Martin)
- Crisis Magazine >> Acceptance of Drugs: A Challenge to Culture and Evangelization (R. Jared Staudt)
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> Saint of the day: Martin of Tours
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> God bless our Veterans!
- FIRST THINGS: On the Square >> All Gave Some: Veterans Day 2013 (Fr. James A. Hamel)
- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> The Philippines: vast super typhoon, devastation, death
- Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog (Carl Olson) >> New: "Faith, the Fount of Exegesis: The Interpretation of Scripture in the Light of the History of Research on the Old Testament"
- Jimmy Akin (NC Register) >> What is revelation?
- Mark Shea (NC Register) >> The Physical World and the Argument from Design
- Musings of a Pertinacious Papist >> Remember a vet today
- New Liturgical Movement >> Ordinariate Mass in DC (Charles Cole)
- New Liturgical Movement >> Is Reading More Scripture at Mass Always Better? (Peter Kwasniewski) ("One who immerses himself in the traditional liturgy becomes aware that its annual readings, over time, are becoming bone of one’s bone, flesh of one’s flesh. One begins to think of certain months and seasons of the year, certain Sundays or categories of saints in tandem with their fixed readings, which open up their meaning more and more to the devout soul. If the Word of God has an infinite depth to it, the traditional liturgy bids us stand beside the same well year by year, dropping down our bucket into it, and in that way awakening to an inexhaustible depth that may not be so clear to someone who is dipping his bucket into different places of a stream over the course of two or three years.")
- On This Rock (Fr. John Hollowell) >> If You Want a Funeral Mass Then You Should Plan It Now
- RORATE CÆLI >> Let us pray
- RORATE CÆLI >> Cardinal Bartolucci
- SHIRT OF FLAME (Heather King) >> THE VIOLENT BEAR IT AWAY
- The Catholic Thing >> Autumnal Rome (Robert Royal)
- The Deacon's Bench (Deacon Greg Kandra) >> For the Philippines: Pope John Paul’s Stella Maris Prayer
- Traditional Catholic Priest (Fr. Peter Carota) >> What Can We Traditional Catholics Do to Share the Truth
- Whispers in the Loggia (Rocco Palmo) >> In Baltimore, The Church Comes Home
- Word On Fire Blog >> Spirituality: Feast of St. Martin of Tours
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