The X-Files of the Church: Slaying Dragons, Resurrection from the dead, and George

By John B. Manos / April 23, 2013 /

Today is the feast of Saint George, who has a pedigree that will make your head spin with fascination and wonder. He isn’t known as a “wonder worker” per se, but he is attributed in various historical accounts as: slaying a dragon; having resurrected from the dead after having been slain for his conversion; coming…

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Pope to have Greek at Mass, keeps St Joseph readings, and continues St. John the Baptist theme

By John B. Manos / March 18, 2013 /

Words circulating the internets today have yielded some information about Pope Francis, SJ’s installation Mass tomorrow. He is whacking the offertory procession. Thanks be to God, I say. Unless people are bringing livestock and candles and rugs, I don’t see a point to this glamorization of lay people at the liturgy. The people should be…

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