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Lovely Video on the FSSP Seminary in Nebraska November 30, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in Art and Architecture, awesomeness, Basics, Christendom, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Latin Mass, Liturgy, priests, Restoration, sanctity, Tradition, Virtue.
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Via Rorate, a PBS News video on Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, NE.  It covers the Gregorian chant that is of course a central part of the seminary’s daily life, as well as the CD the Fraternity produced last year.  That record apparently “topped the charts.” I doubt that means it’s sold a million copies, but one takes what one can get.  In fact, the second video gives a bit more coverage of the seminary’s vocal efforts.

I was tickled to see a local boy young man presently enrolled in the seminary around the 1:41-1:44 mark and at 2:14-7.

I wonder if the people who saw this segment thought: “Finally, some priests who look like priests?”  Love to see all the birettas and cassocks!  Bring back the tonsure!

A bit more for you:

The album is available for sale on most online music outlets, including the Christ-denying (well……) Amazon.

Was that a surprisingly friendly take from PBS?

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1. richard - December 1, 2017

Tantumblogo
Hope you realize that you have protestant advertisements attached to your post. I clicked on one called “Accelerate Church” and it took me to an ecclesiastical community that had a statement of believe that, to the untrained ear, sounded Catholic. It started out the same as the Apostles Creed, then it branched out, leaving out the Great Mysteries of the One True Faith. Would be nice if you could filter that stuff. It could easily lead some into thinking, what is being advertised here is actually Catholic.

Here it is:

Statement of Faith

We believe in one God-Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Creator of all things.
We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, was conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, was crucified, died, was buried, was resurrected, ascended into heaven, and is now seated at the right hand of God the Father and is true God and true man.
We believe the Bible in its entirety to be the inspired Word of God and the infallible rule of faith and conduct.
We believe in the resurrection of the dead, the eternal happiness of the saved, and the eternal punishment of the lost.
We believe in personal salvation of believers through the shed blood of Jesus Christ.
We believe in sanctification through the Word of God and by the Holy Spirit, and we believe in personal holiness, purity of heart and life.
We believe in divine healing, through faith in the Name of Jesus Christ, and that healing is included in the Redemption.
We believe in water baptism, in the Baptism in the Holy Spirit as distinct from the New Birth, in speaking with tongues as the Spirit of God gives utterance (Acts 2:4), in the gifts of the Spirit, and the evidence of the fruit of the Spirit. We believe that all of these are available to believers.
We believe in the Christian’s hope-the soon-coming, personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis

Tantumblogo - December 1, 2017

I have no control over the ads. I can complain but it generally does little. I don’t even see them. No computer/phone I have blogged from will show them.

Very sorry. Don’t click on the ads, I get no money from them and I have no control over the content.

dthy - December 5, 2017

Most of the ads I get on here seem to come from websites I’ve purchased products from, or websites I’ve just read for information. The computer seems to have a sneaky way of knowing everything you do.

2. Tim - December 1, 2017

The SNOWFLAKES are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tantumblogo - December 1, 2017

Goes through December. It’s my secret admission of my gayness.

Tim - December 1, 2017

If you were really traditional they’d go to Candlemas!!

Secret admission…..maybe Paul Joseeph Watson will do a video on you now!

Seriously, have a blessed Advent!


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