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Not so solemn nonsense, after all…

Go to any city church: What do people do naturally and as a matter of course? Hardly anyone kneels for the act of transubstantiation; often enough, not even the priest genuflects before the transubstantiated gifts. A woman brings the Hosts … Continue reading

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Insolite dictu…

…or however you say “strange to report” in Latin. Recall: “And then a thing that is really important for me: community. I was always looking for a community. I did not see myself as a priest on my own. I … Continue reading

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Freaky Friday…

On 9 January the Vatican Insider reported an interesting “Easter egg” that had cropped up in Google Translate: from Italian “Bergoglio” translated into all other languages as “better world”. On 3 January Katholisches.info had reported the same phenomenon, but also … Continue reading

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