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Monthly Archives: August 2017
Fr. Hough has a letter to parishioners posted here at the Cathedral’s website.
We have news from the chancery up at the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter website: Ordinariate clergy, staff and campus safe and dry August 29, 2017 by Jenny Faber HOUSTON — The Chancery staff of the Personal Ordinariate of the … Continue reading
The pictures I’m seeing of the flooding in Houston are horrifying. Just read that the water rose of foot in fifteen minutes and enough rain has fallen to fill Great Salt Lake. Does anyone have any news of our Cathedral … Continue reading
UPDATED: Adds link to Fr. Doug Hayman’s sermon. This morning, our Parish, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, welcomed a new member into the Catholic Church. Heather, flanked by her sons and sponsors Bennett and Zach, is an old … Continue reading
Earlier this summer, I posted on the La Civilta Cattolica article that caused so much concern and interesting push-back from people who explained its negative stereotypes of evangelicals and Catholics in the United States was based on an embarrassing lack … Continue reading
Fr. Hunwicke weighs in on Austen Ivereigh’s Pope Francis and the Convert Problem piece and Crux’s follow up by David Mills here. In it, Fr. Hunwicke has something interesting to say about what Anglican patrimony provided in a proper understanding … Continue reading
There’s a discussion I came across on Facebook on the Liturgy of the Hours and how Psalms 58 and 137 had been removed from some recent lectionary. To tell you the truth, I did not even notice until this year … Continue reading