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Our First Signed Mass

Since our whole family has been enjoying learning ASL signs, and we’re Catholic, we thought attending a bilingual ASL/English mass would be an interesting and edifying experience. It took us a while, but we finally got around to doing it …

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Latin is Hard! Waaaah!

My son has recently demonstrated remarkable proficiency in Gregorian chant. So far, he knows at least the Sanctus and Agnus Dei. He’s only 2.5 years old, and his Latin pronunciation is no worse than the average adult attending masses at the Pittsburgh Oratory. That startling fact has sparked a thought in my mind. I may […]

On Ashes and Eyeshadow

My husband and I accidentally went to the parish school’s mass for Ash Wednesday this morning. It was the most convenient for us, and it is open to the public. It’s just full of lots of squirmy children from kindergarten to 8th grade wearing uniforms that look strikingly similar to the ones I wore in […]

Church Crisis Continues

Oregon Bishop Barred From Asset Transfer By JEFF BARNARD “BEND, Ore. – A judge on Monday barred the Roman Catholic Bishop for Eastern Oregon from transferring diocese assets to individual churches while facing nearly $70 million in claims for alleged sexual abuse by a priest. “

Fair Use

Sharing Digital Content Is Your Right, Intel Says Consumers should be able to share their music and movies between their different digital devices, Barrett says. By James Niccolai “LAS VEGAS — Consumers have a right to share music, videos, and other digital content that they have purchased between their computing devices, and a commercial model …

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