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Immaculate Heart Homeschoolers Father Mazzuchelli Field Trip

Saint Augustine’s in New Diggings is a restored pioneer church in a former lead mining boom town. It was built by Father Samuel Mazzuchelli. This was the first stop on today’s field trip for the Immaculate Heart Homeschoolers, a local Madison, WI-area group. It was my pleasure to get to go with them.    … (read more)

Strong new statement by CDF to LCWR, but the problem is deep (and close to home)

There’s been some very positive news for everyone who hopes for resolution of the serious problems in most communities of women religious whose leaders belong to the larger and far more troubled of the two US women’s religious superiors’ groups, the Leadership Conference of Women Religious. The news is unfortunately not that there’s been deep… (read more)

Parish RCIA director I met at Holy Wisdom hasn’t said he doesn’t agree with them

Regular readers may remember that there was a local parish staff person present at Holy Wisdom Monastery when I went there to deliver testimonies of local parish Catholics on why Catholics shouldn’t support the place. I carefully avoided any identifying info, but reported that I also gave the testimonies to that person. Without any happiness,… (read more)

Absolutely and completely priceless

The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist react to the appearance of white smoke: Closer to home, the Sinsinawa Dominicans’ reaction seems to have been, in fact, beautifully similar: A note to our facebook fans from Prioress Mary Ellen Gevelinger, OP: “Habemus Papam! The vision of Pope Francis, bowing his head to receive… (read more)

A Sinsinawa Dominican gives a homily, and an Archbishop gives them a homily

The Labyrinth: walking toward Christ… then away

Via the great Badger Catholic Blog, the facebook comments of apologist Karl Keating on the conspicuous Sinsinawa Dominican infatuation with labyrinths: Just when you think the New Age movement has faded into 1980s oblivion, you learn something like this.The Sinsinawa Dominicans is a women’s order located in southwest Wisconsin, just across the Mississippi River from… (read more)

“Band of Sisters” documentary about liberal women religious premiers at Sinsinawa Mound

I and a friend attended a Sunday, Jan 13, 2013 premier showing of the new documentary film about liberal religious sisters, Band of Sisters at Sinsinawa Mound, the motherhouse of the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters. The film centers on some liberal women religious who are former heads of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, NETWORK progressive… (read more)

Religion reporter Doug Erickson’s 2012 Word of the Year: Indifferentism

Now, when the Diocese of Madison tweets a Wisconsin State Journal Article and posts it to facebook, that’s a pretty good kudos. Doesn’t happen real often, but today they posted religion reporter Doug Erickson’s good article highlighting and explaining the Catholic term “religious indifferentism”. The end of 2012 brought with it lists of words and… (read more)

Wonderful Catholic Happenings I Neglected to Blog

People, Look East

The latest splashed across the blogosphere is that Bishop Morlino talked in his homily last Sunday about the Mass celebrated ad orientem, with the priest facing in the same direction as the people. I was at that Mass, I liked what he said. He told us about Advent and the significance of looking east (as… (read more)

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