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Romans rejoice – big-time

It’s what Romans do after they endure, by God’s grace. (See this post for that part of the story.)

Shortly after Bishop John Barres announced in early May, 2016, his decision to (more…)

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Romans endure

Read in this post “Part 2” — the happy conclusion — of a ten-year history & project of NCCL action to help restore parish life for a Roman community.

(Part 1, the first ten years, 2005-2015, will (more…)

Newly ‘declassified’: how not to misunderstand a motu proprio – by reading it

NCCL has just ‘declassified’ two hitherto TOP-secret projects.

1. Click here to read letters dated October 27, 2007 to Cardinal Castrillón of the Ecclesia Dei Commission in Rome, (more…)

More ‘declassified’ projects – with the now “Pope Emeritus”, then-Cardinal Ratzinger

Read more about recently declassified projects by clicking on the respective hyperlink. (more…)

Letters to Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos: concelebration is hardly the only sign of communion with one’s bishop

Some people simply cannot read. No matter that they know how to read. Even when they are intelligent, they’ve got to want to read, if they are going to begin to understand what someone else, who has written something, means by it.

That applies even to some bishops and certain cardinals. (more…)

Letters to Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos suggesting how Catholics should, as always, pray for the conversion of Jewish people

Some people simply cannot read. No matter that they know how to read. Even when they are intelligent, they’ve got to want to read, if they are going to begin to understand what someone else, who has written something, means by it.

That applies even to some bishops and certain cardinals. (more…)

Spiritual orphans wish only for ‘no place like home’

Here follows a recently ‘declassified’ correspondence with Darío Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos, then-President of the Commission Ecclesia Dei. (more…)