Gesture to the Jews from Benedict ...as Pope or Professor?
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Here's what I just received from SSPX.org.

WHAT'S NEW ON SSPX.ORG

Gesture to the Jews from Benedict ...as Pope or Professor? (http://sspx.org/miscellaneous/gesture_to...fessor.htm)
Pope Benedict XVI has made a sweeping exoneration of the Jewish people for the death of Jesus Christ in his new book, the second volume of Jesus of Nazareth... 3-23-2011

Armada Barn Dance (http://sspx.org/chapel_news/armada_mi-3-...3-2011.htm)
St. Joseph’s Church and Academy in Armada, MI celebrated the feast of its heavenly patron on March 19th with a morning High Mass followed by an evening square dance and western shindig, to benefit the beautification of the church exterior...  3-23-2011

Will You Help Our Seminary? An Appeal (http://sspx.org/winona_seminary/will_you...minary.htm)
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary is overflowing with seminarians, and now faces a difficult decision to accommodate the plentiful harvest of seminarians... 3-23-2011

Lenten Conference at St. Thomas More (http://sspx.org/chapel_news/sanford_fl-3...3-2011.htm)
On the weekend of March 19th and 20th, Fr. Pierre Duverger from the District Office visited St. Thomas More Priory and Church in Sanford (Orlando), FL to give a Lenten conference...  3-23-2011

Some Pictures from New Orleans (http://sspx.org/chapel_news/kenner_la-3-...rleans.htm)
Presented here are a few images of a Low Mass offered at Our Lady of Grace Chapel in Kenner...  3-23-2011

An Illustrated Commentary on the Litany of St. Joseph (http://sspx.org/Seasonal/st_joseph_march...entary.htm)
The month of March is dedicated to the Foster Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Here we present a series of 25 illustrations and commentaries on the Litany titles of St. Joseph. A new set of commentaries and illustrations to be added each week in March.  Updated 3-22-2011

Pastor's Corner: The Miraculous Staircase of St. Joseph (http://sspx.org/pastors_corner/pastors_c..._staircase)
In honor of St. Joseph during the month of March, a brief history and review of construction details about the incredible staircase at the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe, New Mexico... 3-18-2011

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Brain Death and Organ Harvesting (http://sspx.org/miscellaneous/medical/br...esting.htm)
In light of the commentaries concerning Pope Benedict XVI's withdrawal of his consent to act as an organ donor, we think it appropriate to present this brief expose by Fr. Peter Scott on this important moral question which is often confusing for Catholics... 3-15-2011

Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost performed at St. Paul, MN (http://sspx.org/chapel_news/st_paul_mn_a...6-2011.htm)
For 4 days, February 24-27, the high school girls of Immaculate Heart Academy presented a rendition of Shakespeare's play, Love's Labour's Lost...  3-16-2011

KCMO's Altar & Rosary Society First Saturday of March Events (http://sspx.org/chapel_news/kansas_city_...5-2011.htm)
The First Saturday of March was observed in a special way in honor of Our Lady by the chapter at St. Vincent de Paul Church with a Mother-Daughter Breakfast and presentation on altar linens...  3-15-2011

An Illustrated Commentary on the Litany of St. Joseph (http://sspx.org/Seasonal/st_joseph_march...entary.htm)
The month of March is dedicated to the Foster Father of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Here we present a series of 25 illustrations and commentaries on the Litany titles of St. Joseph. A new set of commentaries and illustrations to be added each week in March.  3-14-2011

Pastor's Corner: Should Exorcisms and Exorcists be sent to Hell? (http://sspx.org/pastors_corner/pastors_c...m#exorcism)
A brief review on a new movie about exorcism with some comments from Rome's chief exorcist, Fr. Gabriele Amorth, on the problems with the new rite of exorcism and the dangers of the Harry Potter series... 3-11-2011

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I don't mean to sound rude, but what exactly is the point of this post?
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(03-24-2011, 12:04 PM)tradne4163 Wrote: I don't mean to sound rude, but what exactly is the point of this post?

I think to give traditional Catholics info. on the goings on in the Trad world. I, for one, will check out the St. Joseph litanies when I have some time. Thanks, OP.
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(03-24-2011, 12:04 PM)tradne4163 Wrote: I don't mean to sound rude, but what exactly is the point of this post?

Some members will post nearly every news release from some organizations. You have Augstine Baker who posts stuff from The Eponymous Flower blog, you have folks who put up Michael Voris videos, some share newsletters from Bishop Williamson. It's a way to get a smattering of Traditional Catholic news sources.

In that sense, I use Fish Eaters as one Traditional Catholic news aggregator... so that I don't have to subscribe to every newsletter out there. In a similar way, I follow Transitus on Facebook and Twitter (@LASTMARTYRDOM) and they share stories from Rorate Caeli and New Liturgical Movement... so there's no need for me to check those blogs every day.
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Oh, I see. Sorry about that. There just didn't seem to be any explanation.
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(03-24-2011, 04:26 PM)tradne4163 Wrote: Oh, I see. Sorry about that. There just didn't seem to be any explanation.

Yeah he's been posting these for awhile now and I think he only explained them the first time 'round!  :)
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