From a priest – In Coronavirus time “conservative priests have become more liberal and liberals more conservative”

From a priest…

A brother priest, in a recent conversation, made an interesting

comment about our diocese. For context, he is one who offers both the Novus and Vetus Ordo forms of the Holy Mass in his parish. To paraphrase his observation, he said “In these past weeks it appears that the conservative priests have become more liberal and liberal priests have become more conservative“.

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Fr Z’s Kitchen: Special Friday supper for St. Joseph’s Feast

Tonight, it being the wonderful Feast of the mighty St. Joseph, it seemed that a somewhat different supper was appropriate.  And yet it is a Friday, so I opted for seafood.

I had thought about some mussels and I remember a great plate I had in Venice some years ago with bell pepper and tomatoes.

It being the time it is, there were no mussels.

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News about the Traditional Latin Mass survey: “The old Mass is not in danger.”

Last night I was on with Raymond Arroyo of EWTN to talk about the “survey” to be sent out to the world’s bishops about the implementation of Summorum Pontificum in their dioceses.   One point I made is that a survey is nothing new.  It was done in 2010.   It seems to me that 10 years later is another good milestone to check.

That said, the questions in English, probably not written by a native speaker of English but rather by someone with strong English skills – I don’t know – had a certain slant to them that suggested answers.  Perhaps I’m over reading them.  I know a lot of people have.

There are a pair of questions, however which popped out at me.

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