Old Breviary in the iPhone Internet The Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate have launched an app for the 1962 Breviarium Romanum. According to Taylor Marshall on his blog ‘cantuar.blogspot.com’ it looks like the page ‘divinumofficium.com’. … [Altro]
The order's Superior General of Sisters of St. Paul...Just take a look at her, that tells everything. 40-50 years ago, we never saw a nun without her veil, nor even was her hair exposed. Today they think they can and "DO" collect OUR money to support them...These suit-clad women who don't even pray the rosary, let alone own one. And because of organizations like Catholic Charities who contribute to anti-Catholic organizations with (our $$$) this is why people are no longer contributing.
John Allen of the National Catholic Reporter calls a “quiet revolution” the way the Vatican is run under the leadership of Benedict the XVI.
Allen concludes: “Now Benedict XVI has made it clear: No matter how accomplished a person or institution may be, if they're also involved in what the pontiff once memorably called the "filth" in the church, they're not beyond reach.”
@Doina - What an interesting blouse - the unusual buttons give it and the whole ensemble an avant-garde look.
Great that technology is making the ancient Divine Office more easily portable. But what happens if ones phone or tablet runs out of power or gets wet or falls and breaks? The book-form is more resillient I think.... Regarding that most unfortunate order of Pauline sisters. Yet again we see how things fall apart when the habit is set aside. But how instructive that the superior … [Altro]