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A break into prison

When read to a group of legislators in the Pennsylvania State Assembly heard testimony read from the following letter, a small group of them descended on the State Correctional Institution in Somerset.

It seems that, according to inmates, none there had ever experienced anything quite like it before. (more…)

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Urgent appeal to a sympathetic Bishop to beg the Pope to extend the faculty to celebrate or to assist at the Mass of the Roman Rite according to its 1962 form

The Bishop, who has not yet granted permission to publish the following promemoria, favorably replied to the appeal. NCCL received subsequent indication from Rome that the appeal was met with the usual opposition from liberals and served the encouragement of the rest … which is history of a remarkable kind since July 7, 2007. (more…)

Bidding then-Cardinal Ratzinger to understand the legitimate (liturgical) aspirations of many

As the executive director was being received in audience by a sympathetic bishop (confer this post), scores & scores of collaborators — and, finally hundreds — were begging the Holy Father, (more…)

Prelude to a motu proprio

As the executive director was being received in audience by a sympathetic bishop (confer this post), scores & scores of collaborators — finally hundreds, according to records — were begging the Holy Father, (more…)