A note on posted dates...

If it appears that some content is dated, that's because it is.  I have had to rebuild this site, due to unrecoverable errors while updating.   Given issues with time background being an important factor, I have decided to move them to a menu at the end of the opening page.  I have edited some to reflect the history and to update links.

Concelebrating Mass at EWTN

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Here is "Catholic Daily Mass - Daily TV Mass - April 24, 2024".

Mass at EWTN.

EWTN's principle celebrant, with Fr. Greg Konnerman and I as concelebrants, finally enter into the sanctuary after almost 14 minutes of preliminaries. I'm 75, a tad overweight and clumsy as you can see from my effort to genuflect. The other awkward part is that most of the Mass prayers are recited or sung in Latin, which was de rigueur prior to Vatican II.

Order vs. Chaos

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Order versus Chaos: this post attempts to cover the main issues connected with this subject. Beginning with an introduction to the subject based on Genesis, chapter 2, it covers philosophical, religious, technical, political and social implications.

Merry Christmas

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If you haven’t seen “It’s a Wonderful Life”, starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed and produced and directed by Frank Capra, you’re missing out on one of the great old films centered on the challenges of the Great Depression and the celebration of life and Christmas.

Independence Day, July 4, 1776

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Every July 4th we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence, a document declaring and justifying the decision of the signers to lead the states into independence from Great Britain and its ruler at that time, King George III. There were many problems that led to that separation, including...


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